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Brian Holst pulls from race days after submitting, set to step away after nine years.
After a year of controversies, 14 people seek four Assembly seats, four seek two school board seats.
First two candidates for two school board seats declare Friday as Monday’s filing deadline nears
Two incumbents and three new faces file for Assembly, no candidates for school board.
Assembly and school board members offer advice as filing period for local races nears.
The project will be designed over the winter, with construction likely beginning in summer of 2024.
Assembly voted for the change despite some public pushback.
No easy answers.
Eight Assembly candidates will vie for three seats.
Campaigning was new to me, and I learned a lot.
It’s official. Beth Weldon is Juneau’s new mayor.
Results are still unofficial, as election will be certified Tuesday.
The Lynn Canal precinct led the way with nearly 40 percent turnout.
On a night with multiple tight races, the mayoral race stood out.
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.
I am having a difficult time deciding who to vote for among the candidates for mayor. These are some of the things they should be… Continue reading
The three primary mayoral candidates talked about the importance of connecting Juneau to the region and the state.
Watch the municipal candidates talk about the issues ahead of the Oct. 2 election.
The three active mayoral candidates offered different perspectives on a few topics Tuesday.