Political Groups

The following organized groups have filed an application with the Division of Elections:

Alaska Constitution Party
J.R. Myers - Chairman
P.O. Box 2086
Soldotna, AK 99669
Phone: (907) 690-5200
E-mail: Chair@alaskaconstitutionparty.com
Web site: http://www.alaskaconstitutionparty.com

Green Party of Alaska
Soren Wuerth - Co-Chair
Tom Macchia - Co-Chair
Judy Moss - Treasurer
Gregory Nothstine - Secretary
P.O. Box 112947
Anchorage, AK 99511-2947
Phone: (907) 345-5351
Email: greenak@ak.net
Web site: http://www.alaska.greens.org

Twelve Visions Party of Alaska
Warren S. Rock Sr.
P.O. Box 85075
Brevig Mission, AK 99785
Phone: (907) 642-3245
Email: rockwarrens@gmail.com
Email: tvpalaska@gmail.com

UCES' Clowns Party
David Fluhart - Chair
PO Box 101
Lake Isabella, CA 92340
Phone: (661) 972-1815
E-mail: 1uselessclown@gmail.com
Web site: http://www.uselessclowns.com

Veterans Party of Alaska
Steve Harrison - Chair
11954 Copper Mtn Dr.
Eagle River, AK 99577
Phone: (907) 854-4373

American Delta Party of Alaska
Danny Alkasmi - Chair
2248 450th Avenue
Wallinford, IA 51365
Phone: (712) 260-1755
Web site: http://www.americandeltaparty.com

Patriot’s Party of Alaska
Nick Philo - Chair
2521 E Mtn Village Drive
Ste. B PMB 756
Wasilla, AK 99654
Phone: (907) 521-3447
E-mail: chair@patriotspartyofalaska.org
Web site: http://www.patriotspartyofalaska.org

Progressive Party of Alaska
Soni Biehl - Chair
351 Wilcox Road
Trescott Township, ME 04652
Phone:(207) 733-1095
E-mail: americanprogressiveparty2016@gmail.com

Political Groups Seeking Recognized Political Party Status In Alaska

A political group is an organized group of voters seeking status as a recognized political party. To obtain recognized political party status, a political group must file an application with the Director of the Division of Elections requesting that the number of registered voters for their group be tracked. The Director will recognize the group as a political party upon meeting the requirements of AS 15.80.008.

A political group may field candidates for statewide office in the General Election by filing nominating petitions as required by AS 15.25.140 through AS 15.25.200. Nominating petition candidates do not participate in Primary Elections.

The Division produces a monthly report with the number of registered voters within each recognized political party and political group. This report is available on the Division of Elections web site or at any Division of Elections office. You may view and/or print an application to become a political group seeking recognized political party status.

References: AS 15.80.008; AS 15.80.010(26) and (27); 6 AAC 25.140