The lawsuit is seeking the state Division of Elections to obtain a physical, "verified" copy of Obama's birth certificate.
Epperly also questions U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi's right to run for federal office. He claims that as a woman, Pelosi has no inherent right to be a U.S. citizen or to hold office.
"There are no provisions in the Constitution of the United States that grants Women 'Political Rights' of Suffrage to hold any Political Office of the United States Government," the lawsuit says.
The lawsuit was filed against Obama, Pelosi, the state's election director and Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell, a Republican who oversees Alaska elections.
The state has filed a motion to dismiss, with Assistant Alaska Attorney General Elizabeth Bakalar calling Epperly's statements incoherent, "repugnant and absurd."
She also says there's no factual basis for his claims, other than "wholly discredited conspiracy theories regarding President Obama's ineligibility to hold office." Bakalar wrote Epperly has no standing to bring a lawsuit, nor can he claim any personal harm to justify it.
The court has not scheduled a hearing.