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The District 1 race is for a three-year seat.
The three candidates are running for three different positions, each with three-year terms.
No easy answers.
Masks required in Juneau.
The deadline is nigh.
They’re filling five seats.
It’s almost that time again.
The political reality was an old story for Alaska Democrats.
Unofficial results of the 2018 City and Borough of Juneau Municipal Election are in.
As the dull roar of live election results rippled through City Hall, Kevin Allen and Paul Kelly stopped to shake hands. “Looks like you’re doing… Continue reading
If early voting numbers are any indication, turnout could be on the rise during this election season.
Juneau’s municipal election will soon be in the rear view mirror, and attention will turn fully to the Nov. 6 general election. The University of… Continue reading
What is Chicago doing that Alaska is not?
Best pictures from the week of Sept. 16-21, 2018. Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and firstname.lastname@example.org.… Continue reading
Early voting opened up this past Friday, and starting Monday, voting booths are open at City Hall, and the Mendenhall Mall Annex.
We’ve seen it many times. Reporters ask gubernatorial candidates “do you support Juneau as the Capital?” That is met with the perfunctory “yes.” Next question.… Continue reading
Two mayoral candidates are well ahead of the pack in terms of money raised among municipal candidates.
Yes, our generally Democratic-voting family is divided over the issue of Mark Begich’s presence in the race. I keep hearing Begich is a numbers guy,… Continue reading
What we don’t know is why so many Alaskans didn’t care enough to vote.