321,271 ballots were counted in Alaska in the 2016 General Election. 60.77% of Alaskan voters turned out for this year’s election.
How did District 39 and Nome’s votes compare to Alaska’s on November 8th? Let’s have a look.
Less than half of Alaska’s registered voters cast ballots in the November 8th General Election.
Nov. 8th is election day for voters all across the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, and the nation. In district 39, voters will choose candidates for five different races.
Unofficial results show a 6,800 vote margin in favor of “no” on Ballot Measure 1, the proposition that asked voters to keep or repeal the state’s new system for taxing oil.
Primary voters will pick candidates for major races for both parties, as well as decide the fate of Alaska’s contentious new oil tax system.
Last week three of the state’s Republican candidates responded to questions from Alaskans. The forum aired on KTUU and hosted Fairbanks attorney Joe Miller, former Attorney General Dan Sullivan, and current Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell.
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