Alaska voters upset about public-shaming mailers, but experts say they work

To make good on that threat, the names of 11 people — some of whom Adams knew personally — were listed below, along with their addresses and a tally of whether they had voted in the last three statewide elections.

There was a big question mark under the 2014 spot.

The letter let Adams know that the senders intended to mail an updated chart after the Nov. 4 election.

“I was outraged,” said Adams, a full-time student who grew up in Alaska. “This is like a violation of privacy. It’s not anybody’s business whether or not I voted.”