Alaska Map by Charles Sumner circa 1867
During a public meeting on Tuesday, May 24 the Board adopted Anchorage Senate pairings Option #2 as an interim redistricting plan for the 2022 election.
In a decision issued on May 24, the Alaska Supreme Court ordered that the Board adopt Anchorage Senate Pairings Option #2 as an interim plan for the 2022 statewide election.
In an April 27 order, the Superior Court set May 3, 2022 as the deadline for the filing of any new challenges to the Board's amended 2022 April Proclamation Plan
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Submit your comments on Court remanded changes to House District 36 or Senate District K. Submissions become part of the public record and will be printed in the public comment section of the next Board Packet. A valid Alaska zip code is required. Submit Public Comment Now >
In response to an order from the Alaska Supreme Court, on May 24, 2022 the Board adopted an interim redistricting map to be used for the 2022 election cycle. See Interim Plan >
At a public hearing on September 20th, 2021 the Board adopted Proposed Plan v.3 and v.4 which replaced the previously adopted Plans v.1 and v.2 and maps from four third-party drafters. See Past Proposed Plans >
Use the Multi-Plan Interactive to compare the six adopted proposed plans. Toggle on and off each plan to compare districts. Note: open sidebar on left to toggle visibility. Launch Multi-Plan Interactive >