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Unofficial Election Results


WRANGELL, ALASKA The Unofficial election results for the City and Borough of Wrangell's Regular Election of October 7th are as follows:

Assembly Seat A -Wilma Stokes has received 469 votes and there are 111 write-in votes so far.

Assembly Seat B  -Jeremy Maxand has received 391 votes, William Privett has 320 votes and there have been 5 write-in votes.

Port Commission  -Brennon Eagle has received 617 votes and there are 19 write-in vote.

School Board  -There are 48 write-in votes.

Hospital Board  -Lurine McGee has received 418 votes, Delores (Dee) Norman has 416 votes, Janell Privett is at 456 votes, and Leann Rinehart shows 439 votes.  There are 8 write in votes so far. 

The Unofficial Election results for the City and Borough of Wrangell's Propositions Numbers 1-3 are as follows:

Proposition No. 1  -Shall the City and Borough of Wrangell pass the clean indoor air act which would prohibit smoking in indoor public areas and places of employment?

Yes votes 212, No votes 511

Proposition No. 2 -Shall the new home rule charter for the City and Borough of Wrangell, Alaska be adopted in lieu of the existing home rule charter?

Yes votes 356, No votes 306

Proposition No. 3 -Shall the City and Borough of Wrangell exempt municipal officers and candidates for elective office from the requirements of the State of Alaska Public Official Financial Disclosure Law?

Yes votes 251, No votes 446

These are unofficial results.  Stay tuned to KSTK for the official election results.  We will air those results after the Canvass Board meets.  They are scheduled to meet on Monday October 13th at 1pm.
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