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VOTE BY MAIL! 

Many states have changed their voting rules and deadlines because of the coronavirus. Here’s how to cast your ballot, safely and on time. And remember, the dates listed below are the last possible opportunities to register and vote. If you can vote early, do. You’ll be doing your part to help the whole system run more smoothly.

1. REGISTER

Deadline is Sunday, October 4

REGISTER ONLINE

2. CONFIRM

Make sure you’ve successfully registered to vote in this election.

CHECK YOUR REGISTRATION STATUS

3. VOTE

IN-PERSON VOTING

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. AT

Tuesday, November 3

You need to bring ID. If you don’t, you can request a questioned ballot. (ID rules may vary for absentee ballots and first-time voters.)

FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE

VOTE-BY-MAIL/ABSENTEE

You can vote by mail for any reason.
Your ballot request must be received by Saturday, October 24 and your completed ballot must be postmarked no later than Tuesday, November 3

(The U.S. Postal Service recommends mailing ballots at least a week before Election Day. If you wait until the deadline, it may be too late in some states.)

You can hand-deliver your ballot to an official drop box no later than Tuesday, November 3

APPLY FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT

EARLY VOTING

Polls are open from Monday, October 19, through Tuesday, November 3

FIND YOUR LOCATION AND HOURS

The general election is November 3, 2020. 

VOTE! 

It’s our right, our privilege and our obligation towards maintaining a strong democracy.

I have practiced patient-centered family medicine in beautiful Juneau since 1993 (Bastyr University class of 1992).  My focus is to help you create optimal wellness through individualized health-promoting choices in food, exercise and non-pharmaceutical support.  I am interested in all patients who are willing to improve their health and I am accepting new patients of all ages, though generally not children under age 5. Over the years I have developed some areas of specialty expertise such as non-drug pain management (or ideally resolution) using mental/emotional redirection, structural correction (gentle manipulation), anti-inflammatory diet, acupuncture, and herbal analgesics.  Other health topics which deeply interest me are fertility and menstrual issues, digestive and food allergy problems, and foundational health improvement to achieve sleep quality, energy endurance and mental clarity.  I have a unique and often very successful approach to improving and treating auto-immune disorders and in the past five years have worked increasingly with a variety of neuro-degenerative challenges such as Parkinson’s disease.  I can help you with decisions about safely weaning off current pharmaceutical regimens.  In general, the way to go is very slowly when stopping prescription medicine.  I have published hundreds of easy-to-understand articles on achieving optimal health.
 

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Dr. Emily Kane is a highly certified and licensed practicing naturopathic doctor with over 30 years experience.