On Tuesday, Anchorage voters will have a full slate of decisions to make about the city's future.
For starters, voters will select Anchorage's next mayor. Mayor Dan Sullivan is running for a second (and final, due to term limits) three-year term. His main challenger is Anchorage Assembly member Paul Honeman, currently representing East Anchorage. For more information about all the mayoral candidates who answered our annual questionnaire, click HERE.
Voters will also be deciding three area-wide Anchorage School Board Seats. For more information about all the school board candidates who answered our annual questionnaire, click HERE.
A $59 million school bond proposal is also up for a vote.
Among the ballot propositions, perhaps the most controversial choice facing voters on Tuesday is Proposition 5, the Equal Rights Initiative, that would add "sexual orientation and transgender identity" to the city's anti-discrimination law. Click HERE for stories about Proposition 5, including an hour-long debate between both campaigns.
The League of Women Voters in Anchorage puts together a non-partisan Ballot Review each year detailing the issues up for a vote. Click HERE to read this year's version of the Ballot Review.
Polls will be open on Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Click HERE to find out where to vote (Select "political" in the pull-down menu and type in your address).
In addition, absentee voting will be available at certain locations until 5 p.m. Monday, as well as from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. Click HERE for details on absentee voting locations and their hours of operation.
The city will begin posting election results after 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Check back with KTUU.com and Channel 2 News after the polls close for election results and reaction.
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