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Low voter turnout is chronic problem in the capital city

Low voter turnout is chronic problem in the capital cityVoter 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 raceIn 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 issuesShe's running unopposed for a second term to a District 1 seat

Assembly candidate Kate Troll on AJ Mine and education

Assembly candidate Kate Troll on AJ Mine and educationKate Troll has a history in fisheries and tourism, and wants to make sure the public’s interest is put first.

Assembly candidate Bill Peters has a history of serving

Assembly candidate Bill Peters has a history of servingBill Peters has spent much of the last two decades serving on non-profit, community, and municipal boards. Now he’s hoping to add CBJ assembly to that list.

School board candidate Worl pushes for more parental involvement

School board candidate Worl pushes for more parental involvementJuneau School Board Candidate Lisa Worl believes parental involvement is critical to improving the quality of K-12 education in the Capital City.

Crane hopes to complete unfinished projects in second term on CBJ Assembly

Crane hopes to complete unfinished projects in second term on CBJ AssemblyKaren Crane is running unopposed for a second term on the CBJ Assembly. She says there are unfinished projects she wants to complete and still likes working on the major issues facing the city.

Municipal candidates discuss issues at forum

Municipal candidates discuss issues at forumHear the audio from the League of Women Voters candidate forum Wednesday night.

Early voting underway for CBJ municipal election

Ballots can be cast early until September 30th at city hall’s assembly chambers or at the Mendenhall Mall.

Byron Mallott jumps into Governor’s Race

Byron Mallott jumps into Governor’s RaceWhile Mallott still hasn’t filed the paperwork needed to run, he declared his candidacy on Monday.