Tuesday’s elections helped shake up Alaska’s Legislature.
A few Capital City Republicans and Tongass Democrats gathered at Juneau’s Baranoff Hotel Tuesday night to watch election results come in.
Republican Bert Stedman won his re-election bid Tuesday, and will return to the Legislature as the new District Q senator.
U.S. Rep. Don Young had no trouble defeating Democrat Sharon Cissna to win an unprecedented 21st full term in the House.
Incumbent Peggy Wilson will represent the newly-created House District 33.
It’s still too close to call for Republican state Representative Bill Thomas and Democratic challenger Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins in Southeast’s House District 34.
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Alaskans voted on more than candidates in Tuesday’s election. Here’s the results of a bond measure and a ballot proposition.
Juneau Fire Chief Rich Etheridge says every available firefighter, both volunteer and career staff, responded to the scene of Monday’s fire at the Gastineau Apartments.
Twitter makes a mark as a source of information and predictions this election cycle: