In a victory for Sen. Lisa Murkowski's (R-Alaska) campaign, the state Supreme Court ruled Alaska voters will get to see a list of write-in candidates when they go to vote.
The Alaska Supreme Court reversed a lower court ruling that said state elections officials couldn't hand out the names of write-in candidates at polling places.
The Anchorage Daily News reports:
Supreme Court decision allows voters at early voting sites to see the
lists if they say they need help and want to be shown a list of write-in
candidates. ...The Supreme Court did say the lists
must not disclose the party affiliation of the write-in candidates. And
the ballots of those voters who ask for the list must be segregated from
the ballots of other voters, pending any additional appeals.