Barring write-in candidates, all five incumbents seeking reelection to the Juneau Assembly and Juneau Board of Education are running unopposed.
Kax̱dig̱oowu Héen refers to a part of the Mendenhall River. And could soon be used to refer to the elementary school that sits on its banks in Juneau’s Mendenhall Valley.
Juneau Superior Court Judge Amy Mead swore in new members Will Muldoon and Amber Frommherz along with Elizabeth Siddon, who was re-elected to her second term and will continue to be the board president.
Unofficial results show Juneau Board of Education candidate Will Muldoon with a lead of 1,173 votes over the next closest candidate, Ibn Bailey.
Buzard points out that he’s been on both sides of the state’s protective order process.
Although it will be an uphill battle to get the word out before the Oct. 5 election, write-in candidate Will Muldoon said he wouldn’t run if he didn’t think he still had a chance.
The scale of this campaign’s finances is more typical of a competitive statehouse race than for Juneau Assembly. The candidate has the support of former Gov. Bill Walker.
The acknowledgment doesn’t mention specific clans. School board members said they wanted to err toward inclusivity.
Juneau’s first by-mail election had the city’s best turnout in more than 20 years.
Three new members have been elected on the Juneau School District Board of Education. Kevin Allen, Paul Kelly and Elizabeth “Ebett” Siddon ran unopposed for three open seats on the board.