State-Conducted Local Election Results


The following are results of local, special elections conducted by the Division of Elections in unincorporated areas of the state.

05/06/08 - Wrangell Incorporation Election Results

1,595 registered voters; 693 ballots counted, 43.45% turnout.


11/20/07 - REAA 18, Section I Recall Election Results

609 registered voters; 242 ballots counted, 39.74% turnout.

  • Official REAA 18, Section I Recall Election Results

  • REAA 18-1, Seat A Recall Question: Shall Shelly Wilson be recalled from the office of Chatham School District Board Member, Seat A?

    Official Results: Yes - 173; No - 67

  • REAA 18-1, Seat B Recall Question: Shall Edward Gamble, Sr. be recalled from the office of Chatham School District Board Member, Seat B?

  • Official Results: Yes - 178; No - 61

  • REAA 18-1, Seat C Recall Question: Shall Irene Paul be recalled from the office of Chatham School District Board Member, Seat C?

  • Official Results: Yes - 174; No - 64


08/21/07 - Deltana Incoporation Election Results

2,915 registered voters; 1378 ballots counted, 47.27% turnout.


06/05/07 - Skagway Incoporation Election Results

910 registered voters; 467 ballots counted, 51.32% turnout.

  • Ballot Measure #1: Shall the Municipality of Skagway be incorporated as a first-class borough?

  • Official Results: Yes - 444; No - 23

As a result of the ballot measure passing, the below mayor was elected:

  • MAYOR
    BOURCY, TIMOTHY A., "TIM" - 217
    COCHRAN, TOM - 245 (ELECTED)
    WRITE-INS - 8

As a result of the ballot measure passing, six assembly members were elected:

  • ASSEMBLY
    CASSIDY, LISA A., "L.C." - 299 (ELECTED)
    CORRINGTON, DENNIS - 211
    FAIRBANKS, ERVON E., "ED" - 239
    HENRICKSEN, MAVIS IRENE - 189
    HENRY, DAN - 241 (ELECTED)
    HISMAN, COLETTE - 363 (ELECTED)
    HUNZ, DAVID M. - 301 (ELECTED)
    KORSMO, PAUL M., "MIKE" - 291 (ELECTED)
    SCHAEFER, MARK - 314 (ELECTED)
    WRITE-INS - 55

06/25/07 - Recount Results for Skagway Incorporation Election Assembly Race:

  • ASSEMBLY RECOUNT
    FAIRBANKS, ERVON E., "ED" - 239
    HENRY, DAN - 241 (ELECTED)

As a result of the ballot measure passing, five school board members were elected:

  • SCHOOL BOARD
    BELISLE, DARREN L. - 377 (ELECTED)
    ELLIS, CHRISTINE J. - 376 (ELECTED)
    KORSMO, JOANNE M. - 380 (ELECTED)
    MAGGIO, CHRIS - 345 (ELECTED)
    MURPHY, ROBERT - 341 (ELECTED)
    WRITE-INS - 61


11/21/06 - Ketchikan Consolidation Election Results

10,162 registered voters; 3307 ballots counted, 32.54% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the City of Ketchikan and the Ketchikan Gateway Borough be consolidated as one government, the home-rule Municipality of Ketchikan?

  • Official Results (the question failed):
    Inside City: YES - 791; NO - 712
    Outside City: YES - 379; NO - 1,419
    Total: YES - 1,170; NO - 2,131


04/11/06 - Naukati Incorporation Election Results

112 Registered voters, 83 ballots counted, 74.10% turnout.

  • Ballot Measure #1: Shall Naukati be incorporated as a second class city?

  • Official Results: Yes - 37; No - 46

  • Ballot Measure #2: Shall the City of Naukati be authorized to levy a 5% sales tax?

  • Official Results: Yes - 35; No - 48

  • Ballot Measure #3: Shall the City of Naukati be authorized to levy a 3.5 mill property tax?

  • Official Results: Yes - 34; No - 49

  • CITY COUNCIL
    ARRINGTON, CLINT - 32
    BROWN, RONALD - 46
    KASINGER, RONNIE - 38
    KING, ART - 43
    PREFONTAINE, ROBERT - 43
    PREFONTAINE, BRANDY - 48
    SMART, MARY LOU - 41
    SMART, ROBERT - 26
    WRITE-IN - 157


07/14/05 - Kokhanok By-Mail Liquor Option Election Results

105 registered voters; 50 ballots counted; 47.6% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the Village of Kokhanok change the local option currently in effect, that prohibits the sale and importation of alcoholic beverages, and adopt in its place a local option to prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages?

    A "YES" vote will remove the importation restriction.

    A "NO" vote will keep the restrictions that currently exist.

  • Official Results: Yes - 31; No - 18


07/09/04 - Beaver By-Mail Liquor Option Election Results

66 registered voters; 28 ballots counted; 42.4% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the Village of Beaver adopt a local option to prohibit the sale, importation and possession of alcoholic beverages?

  • Official Results: Yes - 17; No - 11


03/16/04 - Gustavus Incorporation Election Results

465 registered voters; 309 ballots counted; 66.5% turnout.

  • Ballot Measure #1: Shall Gustavus beincorporated into a second class city?

  • Official Results: Yes - 182; No - 127

  • Ballot Measure #2: Shall the City of Gustavus be authorized to levy a 2% sales tax?

  • Official Results: Yes - 182; No - 123

  • Ballot Measure #3: Shall the City of Gustavus be authorized to levy a 4% bed tax (applicable to overnight accomodations only)?

  • Official Results: Yes - 186; No - 119

As a result of the three above questions passing, seven city council members were elected:

  • CITY COUNCIL
    CACIOPPO, LOU - 155 (ELECTED)
    DEBOER, MORGAN E. - 114
    GIBSON, TIMOTHY F., SR - 164 (ELECTED)
    HOWELL, WAYNE - 172 (ELECTED)
    LENTIFER, HANK - 150 (ELECTED)
    MARCHBANKS, SANDRA M. "SANDI" - 192 (ELECTED)
    KING, REBEKAH K. "BECKY" - 220 (ELECTED)
    NELSON, GLEN R. - 96
    PARKS, JASON R. - 119
    PLATT, LARRY M. - 118
    ROMERO, MARTHA V. - 169 (ELECTED)
    TURNER, PEDR - 103
    WRITE-IN - 70


02/03/04 - REAA 8 Special Election Results

391 registered voters; 52 ballots counted; 13.3% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the method of nominating candidates for the Aleutian Region School District(REAA #8) be changed from nominating by section to nominating at large?

  • Official Results: Yes - 20; No - 32


Special Local Elections Conducted in 2002


11/12/02 - REAA 5 Runoff Election Results

71 ballots counted.

  • A runoff election was conducted in REAA 5, Section 1, Seat B.

  • Official Results:
    Aloysius, Bob 19 votes - 27%
    Doris, Dave 52 votes - 73%


11/05/02 - Runoff Election Results of Election Officials for the Newly Consolidated Haines Borough (see June 25, 2002 Haines Consolidated Election)


10/01/02 - Election of Officials for the Newly Consolidated Haines Borough (see June 25, 2002 Haines Consolidated Election)


08/06/02 - REAA 8 SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS

447 registered voters; 78 ballots counted; 17% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the method of nominating candidates for the Aleutian Region School District (REAA #8) be changed from nominating by section to nominating at large?"

  • Official Results: YES - 25; NO - 53

NOTE: A recount was held for the REAA 8 Special Election on September 11, 2002. The results stayed the same.


06/25/02 - HAINES CONSOLIDATION ELECTION

2217 registered Voters; 1182 ballots counted, 54% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the city of Haines and the Haines Borough be consolidated as a new home rule borough known as the Haines Borough

  • Official Results: The question passed: YES - 658; NO - 524


03/19/02 - TALKEETNA BY-MAIL INCORPORATION ELECTION

697 registered voters; 392 ballots counted, 56% turnout.


02/19/02 - REAA 6 SOUTHWEST REGION SCHOOL DISTRICT BY-MAIL RECALL ELECTION

1,291 registered voters; 275 ballots counted, 21% turnout.

    Official Results: Three board members were recalled.


Special Local Elections Conducted in 2001


08/28/01 - FAIRBANKS BY-MAIL CONSOLIDATION ELECTION

67,325 registered voters; 16,149 ballots counted, 24% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the City of Fairbanks and the Fairbanks North Star Borough be consolidated as the Municipality of Fairbanks, a new second class borough?

  • Official Results: Yes - 3,521; No - 12,519


8/7/01 - AKIACHAK BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

258 registered voters; 54 ballots counted, 21% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the Village of Akiachak adopt a local option to prohibit the sale, importation and possession of alcoholic beverages?

  • Offical Results: Yes - 40; No - 13


7/17/01 - KETCHIKAN BY-MAIL CONSOLIDATION ELECTION

9,850 registered voters; 3,915 ballots counted, 39.75% turnout.

  • Ballot Measure #1: Shall the existing Home Rule City of Ketchikan and the existing Second Class Ketchikan Gateway Borough be consolidated as the new Home Rule Municipality of Ketchikan?

  • Official Results: Yes - 1,642; No - 2,273


4/3/01 - ADAK BY-MAIL INCORPORATION ELECTION

435 registered voters; 74 ballots counted, 17% turnout.

  • Ballot Measure #1: Shall Adak incorporate as a second class city?

  • Official Results: Yes - 61; No - 6

  • Ballot Measure #2: Shall the City of Adak be authorized to levy a 3% sales tax?

  • Official Results: Yes - 57; No - 10

  • Ballot Measure #3: Shall the City of Adak be authorized to levy a 2% fuel transfer tax?

  • Official Results: Yes - 54; No - 12

As a result of the three above questions passing, seven city council members were elected:

  • CITY COUNCIL
    Cynthia R. Glaktionoff - 42 (ELECTED)
    William F. Koso, Jr. - 26
    Agafon Krukoff, Jr. - 44 (ELECTED)
    Juliana "Bea" Martin - 16
    Adrian Melovidov, Jr. - 43 (ELECTED)
    Ben Misikin - 45 (ELECTED)
    Richard L. Pollen - 41 (ELECTED)
    Ricky D. Sloan - 40 (ELECTED)
    Barbara A. Thacker - 31
    Vinent M. Tutiakoff, Jr. - 28
    Patty A. Vessel - 48 (ELECTED)
    Write-ins - 22


Special Local Elections Conducted in 2000


3/14/00 - TWIN HILLS BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

30 registered voters; 18 ballots counted, 60% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the Village of Twin Hills adopt a local option to prohibit the sale, importation and possession of alcoholic beverages?

    Official Results: Yes - 13; No - 5


Special Local Elections Conducted in 1999


8/24/99 - TAKOTNA BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

49 registered voters; 30 ballots counted, 61% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the Village of Takotna adopt a local option to prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages?

    Official Results: Yes - 22; No - 8


4/20/99 - REAA 12, YUKON-KOYUKUK BY-MAIL SPECIAL ELECTION TO VOTE AT LARGE

1,523 registered voters; 313 ballots counted, 21% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the election procedures for electing board members in the Yukon-Koyukuk School district be changed to electing school board members at large?

    Offical Results: Yes - 111; No - 199


Special Local Elections Conducted in 1998


1/3/98 - HAINES CONSOLIDATION ELECTION

2,129 registered voters; 955 ballots counted; 45% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the existing first class City of Haines and the existing third class Haines Borough be consolidated into the new home rule Haines Borough?

    Official Results: Yes - 542; No - 545


3/17/98 - REAA 12, YUKON-KOYUKUK SPECIAL BY-MAIL ELECTION TO VOTE BY SECTION

1,532 registered voters; 402 ballots counted, 26% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the election procedures for electing board members in the Yukon-Koyukuk School District be changed to electing school board members by section?

    Official Results: Yes - 224; No - 174


1/13/98 - NANWALEK / ENGLISH BAY BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

100 registered voters; 79 ballots counted, 79% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the Village of Nanwalek / English Bay change the local option currently in effect that prohibits the sale, importation and possession of alcoholic beverages and adopt in its place a local option to prohibit only the sale of alcoholic beverages?

    Official Results: The question passed: Yes - 47; No - 29


Special Local Elections Conducted in 1997


10/7/97 - GUSTAVUS BY-MAIL INCORPORATION ELECTION

401 registered voters; 281 ballots counted, 70% turnout.

  • Ballot Measure #1: Shall Gustavus be incorporated as a second class city?

    Official Results: Yes - 139; No - 141


1/14/97 - GULKANA BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

46 registered voters; 20 ballots counted, 43% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the Village of Gulkana adopt a local option to prohibit the sale, importation and possession of alcoholic beverages?

    Official Results: The question passed: Yes - 17; No - 3



Special Local Elections Conducted in 1996


12/10/96 - NANWALEK (ENGLISH BAY) BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

92 registered voters; 53 ballots counted, 58% turnout.

  • Question: Shall the village of Nanwalek (English Bay) adopt a local option to prohibit the sale, importation and possession of alcoholic beverages?

    Official Results: The question passed: Yes - 27; No - 26


11/5/96 - AKIAK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

121 registered voters; 95 ballots counted, 79% turnout.

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question 1: Shall the City of Akiak be dissolved?

    Official Results: Yes - 41; No - 54 (Question Failed)


04/23/96 - KONGIGANEK BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

149 registered voters; 56 ballots counted, 38% turnout.

  • Question: Shall Kongiganek change the local option currently in effect that prohibits the importation and sale of alcohol, and adopt in its place a local option to prohibit the sale, importation and possession of alcohol?

    Official Results: Yes - 41; No - 10


03/26/96 - NAUKATI BY-MAIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

118 registered voters; 44 ballots counted, 37% turnout.

  • Question: Shall Naukati adopt a local option to prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages except by a package store licensee?

  • Official Results: Yes - 31; No - 13



Special Local Elections Conducted in 1995


11/7/95 - AKIAK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question: Shall the City of Akiak be dissolved?

    Official Results: Yes - 44; No - 11 (Question Failed)


10/3/95 - ATMAUTLUAK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question: Shall the City of Atmautluak be dissolved?

    Official Results: Yes - 41; No - 29 (Question Passed)


10/3/95 - KASIGLUK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question: - Shall the City of Kasigluk be dissolved?

    Official Results: Yes - 65; No - 18 (Question Passed)


10/3/95 - NEWTOK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question: Shall the City of Newtok be dissolved?

  • Official Results: Yes - 50; No - 9 (Question Passed)


10/3/95 - TULUKSAK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question: Shall the City of Tuluksak be dissolved?

    Official Results: Yes - 59; No - 26 (Question Passed)


10/3/95 - TUNUNAK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question: Shall the City of Tununak be dissolved?

  • Official Results: Yes - 71; No - 62 (Question Passed)


3/28/95 - EGEGIK INCORPORATION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall Egegik be incorporated as a second class city?

    Official Results: Yes - 47; No - 18


Special Local Elections Conducted in 1994


7/26/94 - NELSON LAGOON LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

  • Question: - Shall the sale of alcoholic beverages be prohibited in Nelson Lagoon except by a package store?

    Official Results: Yes - 4; No - 36


4/12/94 - TULUKSAK LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall the possession of alcoholic beverages be prohibited in Tuluksak?

    Official Results: Yes - 55; No - 12


Special Local Elections Conducted in 1992


9/8/92 - YAKUTAT INCORPORATION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall the City of Yakutat be dissolved and the City and Borough of Yakutat be incorporated?

    Official Results: Yes - 232; No - 23 (Question Passed)


1/7/92 - PILOT POINT INCORPORATION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall the City of Pilot Point be incorporated as a second class city?

    Official Results: Yes - 33; No - 8


Special Local Elections Conducted in 1991


5/14/91 - EGEGIK INCORPORATION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall the City of Egegik be incorporated as a second class city?

    Official Results: Yes - 14; No - 32


Special Local Elections Conducted in 1990


11/6/90 - DENALI BOROUGH INCORPORATION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall the Denali Borough be incorporated?

    Official Results: Yes - 465; No - 332


10/2/90 - FALSE PASS INCORPORATION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall False Pass be incorporated as a second class city?

    Official Results: Yes - 19; No - 1


2/20/90 - RED DEVIL LIQUOR OPTION ELECTION

  • Question: Shall the sale of alcoholic beverages be prohibited in the established village of Red Devil?

    Official Results: Yes - 17; No - 8


1/23/90 - REAA #15 DELTA/GREELY SCHOOL DISTRICT RECALL ELECTION

  • Official Results: Five board members were recalled.


1/16/90 - AKIACHAK DISSOLUTION ELECTION

Note: In order for a dissolution election to pass, it must be approved by a number of voters greater than 50% of the number of people registered to vote within the municipality.

  • Question: Shall the second class city of Akiachak be dissolved?

    Official Results: Yes - 122; No - 7 (Questioned Passed)