April 11, 2020
Originally scheduled for April 4, the Alaska Democratic primary was shifted to a mail-in contest with ballots due by April 10. The state is expected to release results on Saturday, April 11. The state has 15 pledged delegates.
The results, whatever they are, will be anticlimactic, with Joe Biden now the presumptive nominee after Bernie Sanders suspended his campaign earlier in the week. It is worth noting that in 2016, Sanders won Alaska with nearly 82% of the vote. The contest that year was a caucus.
The Alaska Republican party had previously cancelled its primary in a show of support for Donald Trump. The president has already reached the 1,276 delegates needed to win renomination.