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Recount gives Kreiss-Tomkins 32 vote victory in House District 34

Sitka Democrat Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins has won a Southeast Alaska state House seat after a recount.

French finally wins SD J

An important Senate seat in Anchorage will remain with the Democrats.

The recount for Senate District J shows Sen. Hollis French 59 votes ahead of  … more

Thomas asks for recount

Haines Republican Representative Bill Thomas has asked for a recount.

Thomas is 34 votes behind political newcomer Jonathon Kreiss-Tomkins of Sitka for House District 34.… more

Bell will call for recount in SD J race against French

The state Elections Division has certified two legislative election contests that Democrats now lead.  At least one recount is likely.

Republican Bob Bell has said … more

Update: Kreiss-Tomkins wins HD 34 race by 32 votes; French beats Bell by 50 votes for SD J

Jonathon Kreiss-Tomkins has won the House District 34 race by just 32 votes.

The Alaska Division of Elections Wednesday morning completed the tally of absentee … more

Kreiss-Tomkins has a 28 vote lead

Kreiss-Tomkins has a 28 vote lead

An additional 86 absentee ballots have been counted according to Gail Fenumiai with the Alaska Division of Elections.

French still ahead

Democratic Sen. Hollis French is still slightly ahead of Republican challenger Bob Bell, for Senate District J in Anchorage.

The state Division of Elections counted … more

All tied up

All tied up

The race for House District 34 is all tied up. Haines Republican Representative Bill Thomas and Sitka Democrat Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins now have 4,054 votes each.… more

Following the election, some Alaskans join secession bandwagon

Following the election, some Alaskans join secession bandwagon

Two people from Alaska have added their petitions for secession to the growing group of people seeking to withdraw from the U.S.

Ballot count narrows French – Bell margin

The gap between Democratic Sen. Hollis French and Republican challenger Bob Bell for Senate District J has narrowed to 56 votes.

The state Division of more