Sign the Petition at Home!
SIGN AT HOME!
All registered Alaska voters may now request a personal household Recall petition booklet by mail.
Alaskans’ safety and health is our top priority. Following CDC recommendations, we have suspended all in-person signature events and static gathering locations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Effective immediately, Recall Dunleavy will move to a SIGN AT HOME method of signature collection for safety and convenience! If you have already signed this winter, please share this page with family. Remember, everyone must sign again this winter even if they signed last fall in Phase 1.
Sign at Home!
HOW IT WORKS
STEP 1: Use the form above to request a personal petition booklet to SIGN AT HOME.
These booklets will each contain one signature page, along with all legally required information.
- Please request a booklet only if you or household members have NOT already signed the phase 2 recall petition (everyone who signed in summer 2019 MUST sign again in 2020).
- Any qualified, registered Alaskan voter may request and sign a petition.
STEP 2: Sign the petition at home.
Collect signatures of every registered voter in your household who has not already signed the recall petition. We ask all Alaskans to adhere to guidance from the CDC; do not collect signatures in group settings of more than 10 people.
- In order for each signature to count, every signer must print legibly and write their FULL address, including city, state and zip code.
Please do not damage your booklet. This includes disassembling your booklet, exposing it to water damage, or making any notes outside of the required content in each signature line.
STEP 3: Self-Certify the booklet and return your petition booklet by mail within ONE WEEK. Each booklet will come with a postage envelope for returning the booklet to the campaign. Instructions for self-certification included.
Phase 2 Petition SignaturesMarch 20 Count
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