Troll's margin over Bill Peters for areawide Assembly grew to more than 500 votes, 2515-1990.
Latest unofficial returns from Icy Strait communities
Here's a quick round-up of how yesterday's local elections played out across the state.
Voter turnout at Tuesday’s election was a dismal 14 and a half percent.
In unofficial results, Troll leads by almost 300 votes with 1866 total; Bill Peters has 1571 votes.
She's running unopposed for a second term to a District 1 seat
Kate Troll has a history in fisheries and tourism, and wants to make sure the public’s interest is put first.
Bill 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.
Juneau School Board Candidate Lisa Worl believes parental involvement is critical to improving the quality of K-12 education in the Capital City.
Karen 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.