Only 25 percent of Juneau’s registered voters cast ballots in yesterday’s municipal election. They elected three Assembly and two school board members, and clearly rejected … more
It was no problem to convince Juneau voters to approve the 3 percent sales tax extension.
Proposition 2 passed on a vote of 4,286 to … more
Juneau School Board President Sally Saddler was the only candidate to appear on the ballot for two open seats.
She says there are plenty of … more
Voters rejected a proposed tax on plastic shopping bags, as well as a Juneau Assembly proposal to opt out of state financial disclosure reporting rules … more
Southeast Alaskans head to the polls on Tuesday, October 4th. They will choose city and borough leaders and voice opinions on a variety of ballot … more
Tuesday is Election Day in Juneau. The polls open at 7 a.m., but voters can still cast absentee and early ballots today (Monday) at City … more
Running unopposed for the District 2 Assembly seat during the upcoming October 4th election, Randy Wanamaker was required to step down from the Assembly because of term limits; He had already served three consecutive terms.
That’s how you spell the name of Sean O’Brien, running for the Juneau School Board in the October 4th municipal election as a write-in candidate.
CBJ Assembly District One candidate Jesse Kiehl is a home-grown Alaskan. He was born and raised in Anchorage and after college he moved to Juneau.
Loren Jones is one of three candidates for the Assembly areawide seat. The first question he hears campaigning is “WHY ARE YOU RUNNING”?