Muldoon launched a write-in campaign less than two weeks before the election. And he won. It was the first time someone in Juneau had won any election as a write-in in almost 30 years.
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.
Results from other races are unchanged, and official results will not be available until Oct. 19
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 data shows that it’s common for a fraction of a fraction of 1% of voters to vote twice in elections. Which still raises questions.
The burned out Gastineau Apartments are supposed to be demolished in April, but a last-minute deal could restore the downtown dwelling.
Juneau residents who testified on the latest version of the state operating budget Monday urged lawmakers to reverse proposed cuts to early childhood education, the state ferry system and public broadcasting.
The Juneau School Board will appoint a new member Tuesday to replace Kim Poole, who recently resigned. The board had 30 days to replace Poole, who submitted her resignation on Nov. 13 and moved to Oklahoma to work in a family business. Six people have applied for the seat, including two school board candidates in…
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.