Update June 27th, 2012: The Amended Proclamation Plan has passed muster with the Alaska Supreme Court and the U.S. Department of Justice. It can now be considered official. The maps embedded below reflect this, and the links back to the Alaska Redistricting website have been updated.
The new plan already pits incumbents -- even those of the same party -- against one another. In one instance, two Democratic incumbents, Mike Doogan and Chris Tuck, were placed in the same House district; Doogan decided to bow out. In the new Senate District M, Rep. Anna Fairclough will be challenging the declared incumbent Sen. Bettye Davis. However, I discovered that it is a bit difficult and time-consuming to track down maps and other related information about the new districts and the candidates. This post is designed to resolve this problem.
-- Alaska Division of Elections list of legislative candidates
-- APOC list of legislative candidates
-- Alaska Redistricting Board Amended Proclamation Plan.
-- Visit Alaska Republicans and type in your address where indicated to find your district.
Legislative District Maps: Here are the series of regional maps. Note that the alphanumeric designations show the House district first and the overlying Senate district second (Example: 17-I indicates House District 17, Senate District I). Maps available after the jump:
|Statewide: Click HERE to go to PDF version if you need to zoom|
|Metro Anchorage: Click HERE to go to PDF version if you need to zoom|
|Metro Eagle River: Click HERE to go to PDF version if you need to zoom|
|Metro Mat-Su: Click HERE to go to PDF version if you need to zoom|
|Metro Fairbanks: Click HERE to go to PDF if you need to zoom|
|Metro Southeast: Click HERE to go to PDF version if you need to zoom|
|Metro Kenai: Click HERE to go to PDF version if you need to zoom. The small grey area around Kenai city is District 29-O|