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Troll takes her seat on the Juneau Assembly

Troll takes her seat on the Juneau Assembly

Assembly members Mary Becker and Karen Crane were also sworn in to their second terms on the CBJ Assembly before Monday’s meeting.

Troll set to be sworn in to CBJ Assembly

Troll set to be sworn in to CBJ Assembly

Kate Troll will be sworn in and outgoing Assembly member Johan Dybdahl will be recognized for his service.

Juneau municipal election results certified

Juneau municipal election results certified

City Clerk Laurie Sica says the CBJ Canvass Board met Tuesday to complete its review of absentee and questioned ballots.

After final ballots counted, Juneau election turnout still only 19 percent

After final ballots counted, Juneau election turnout still only 19 percent

Juneau’s Canvass Review Board will certify municipal election results on Tuesday.

Troll’s lead grows in CBJ Assembly race as remaining ballots are counted

Troll’s lead grows in CBJ Assembly race as remaining ballots are counted

Troll’s margin over Bill Peters for areawide Assembly grew to more than 500 votes, 2515-1990.

Hoonah sales tax prop passes, Gustavus residents drafted for City Council

Hoonah sales tax prop passes, Gustavus residents drafted for City Council

Latest unofficial returns from Icy Strait communities

Alaska Municipal Elections Round-Up

Alaska Municipal Elections Round-Up

Here’s a quick round-up of how yesterday’s local elections played out across the state.

Low voter turnout is chronic problem in the capital city

Low voter turnout is chronic problem in the capital city

Voter turnout at Tuesday’s election was a dismal 14 and a half percent.

Troll leads Peters in Juneau’s only contested municipal election race

Troll leads Peters in Juneau’s only contested municipal election race

In unofficial results, Troll leads by almost 300 votes with 1866 total; Bill Peters has 1571 votes.

Assembly candidate Mary Becker to continue work on housing, other CBJ issues

Assembly candidate Mary Becker to continue work on housing, other CBJ issues

She’s running unopposed for a second term to a District 1 seat