Final Results: Municipal Election results certified

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ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - Certified Election Results as of April 16, 2019:

On the ballot for voters are five Assembly seats, two School Board seats and 11 citywide ballot proposals, along with a number of local advisory board seats.

Here are the final results from the Municipality’s count, certified Tuesday, April 16.

The final number includes 65,100 votes out of 227,210 registered voters, for 28.65 percent voter turnout.

Click here to check out the final results from the Municipality.

Anchorage Assembly District 2 - Seat A - Eagle River/Chugiak
Crystal Kennedy - 5,673
Oliver Schiess - 4,155

Anchorage Assembly District 3 - Seat D - West Anchorage
Liz Vazquez - 4,852
Dustin Darden - 1,077
Kameron Perez-Verdia - 6,161

Anchorage Assembly District 4 - Seat F - Midtown
Meg Zalatel - 5,173
Christine Hill - 3,366
Ron Alleva - 1,230

Anchorage Assembly District 5 - Seat H - East Anchorage
Forrest Dunbar (incumbent) - 7,938

Anchorage Assembly District 6 - Seat J - South Anchorage
John Weddleton (incumbent) - 11,688

Anchorage School Board Seat A
Kai Binkley Sims - 25,877
Margo Bellamy - 31,014

Anchorage School Board Seat B
Starr Marsett - 29,229
Ronald Stafford - 4,941
David Nees - 21,774

Proposition No. 1 - Capital Improvements for the Anchorage School District Bonds
Yes - 37,888
No - 26,280

Proposition No. 2 - Areawide Public Safety and Transit Capital Improvement Bonds
Yes - 37,073
No - 26,699

Proposition No. 3 - Areawide Facilities Capital Improvement Project Bonds
Yes - 29,799
No - 34,011

Proposition No. 4 - Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area Road and Storm Drainage Bonds
Yes - 39,211
No - 24,794

Proposition No. 5 - Anchorage Parks and Recreation Service Area Capital Improvement Bonds
Yes - 34,200
No - 29,413

Proposition No. 6 - Anchorage Fire Service Area Fire Protection Bonds
Yes - 40,485
No - 23,528

Proposition No. 7 - Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Facility Bonds
Yes - 36,363
No - 27,624

Proposition No. 8 - Approving Easements to allow the use of a portion of Frontierland Park and a portion of Goose Lake Park for the ongoing operation by Chugach Electric Association, Inc. of existing Municipal Light and Power (ML&P) substations and power lines after the sale of the assets of ML&P to Chugach
Yes - 45,593
No - 17,560

Proposition No. 9 - Charter Amendment retail sales tax on alcoholic beverages dedicating the revenue to health and public safety uses
Yes - 29,644
No - 34,461

Proposition No. 10 - Charter Amendment peace officer enforcement of laws related to abandoned and junk vehicles
Yes - 49,230
No - 14,458

Proposition No. 11 - Charter Amendment all lease-purchase agreements to voters, if not subject to future Assembly appropriation
Yes - 37,754
No - 23,403



 
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