Election News[display-posts include_excerpt=”true” image_size=”thumbnail” tag=”2018-municipal-election” posts_per_page=”3″]
- Cody W. Shoemaker: 138
- Norton Gregory: 687
- Saralyn Tabachnick: 2,745
- Beth Weldon: 3,431
- Write-In: 21
- Tom Williams: 2,500
- Carole Triem: 3,842
- Write-In: 53
- Loren Jones: 4,912
- Write-In: 232
- Garrett Schoenberger: 2,152
- Don Habeger: 1,693
- Emil Mackey: 1,749
- Michelle Bonnet Hale: 3,381
- Wade Bryson: 2,274
- Write-In: 44
- Paul Kelly: 4,067
- Elizabeth (Ebett) Siddon: 4,905
- Kevin Allen: 3,581
- Write-In: 310
Unofficial results PDF
Election night coverage
The questionsWe asked all the candidates the same set of questions. You can compare their answers below:
- Child care – What’s the city’s role in child care accessibility?
- Public safety – How can the city better address public safety concerns, and how would you pay for it?
- Affordable housing – Do you have any specific policy ideas for addressing affordable housing in Juneau?
- Most pressing education issues – What do you think are the most pressing issues facing education in Juneau?
- Improving education – How can the Juneau School District continue to improve educational opportunities for students amid continued flat funding from the state Legislature?
- Affordable child care – Access to affordable child care is a concern for Juneau parents. Should the Juneau School District look for more ways to address the issue? If so, how? If not, why?
How to vote
- Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018 (polls open 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.)
- Find your polling place on the My Voter Information site; or
- Call the Division of Elections information line at 1-888-383-8683
District 1 Assembly
Juneau candidates forum
Live video streams will be available here, on Facebook, at the Mendenhall Valley Public Library, and on KTOO at 104.3 FM.
The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the program begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, @360 in the KTOO building. We plan to spend about 30 minutes with the school board candidates, have a brief intermission, and then 90 minutes with the assembly candidates.
Co-hosted by KTOO, Juneau Empire, and Juneau Votes.