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It’s a sign that every vote does count.
Democrat Kathryn Dodge and Republican Bart LeBon both have 2,661 votes, a tally that didn’t change after Friday’s review in Juneau.
To some, Walker was a cool-headed leader who was dealt a bad hand and did what he thought was best for Alaska. For others, he was the guy who stole their dividend check.
Republican Bart LeBon and Democrat Kathryn Dodge vie to succeed Rep. Scott Kawasaki in Fairbanks.
Most of Alaska’s previous governors took their oaths in Juneau.
The Democrat has won the race.
Correction: The previous version of this article included a reference to Kathryn Dodge when it should have referred to Bart LeBon in possible electoral outcomes.… Continue reading
New tally could decide two key races for control of the Legislature.
Best Pictures of the Week from Nov. 5-10, 2018, by staff photographer Michael Penn. Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and firstname.lastname@example.org.… Continue reading
Why did voters reject Ballot Measure 1?
Mike Dunleavy will be Alaska’s next governor.
See how Juneau voted, precinct-by-precinct.
‘Ender cards’ at fault, Division of Elections says.
Turnout was down from 2014 totals.
All eyes are on Fairbanks.
Empire reporters James Brooks and Alex McCarthy provide real-time results and commentary on Election Night in Juneau.
One candidate compared Tuesday to Christmas.
I am writing to support Andi Story for the state House of Representatives. I met Story back in the 1980s when I was a Juneau… Continue reading
This is the season of pumpkins, skeletons, and frightening things in the closet. Maybe it’s why opponents of Ballot Measure 1 are using scare tactics… Continue reading
I suppose I wasn’t surprised to see the endorsement by Gov. Bill Walker of candidate Chris Dimond. Although both Walker and Dimond profess to be… Continue reading