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One Martinson on City Council, One Martinson on School Board, Unofficial Election Results Say

Nome's polling place on Municipal Election day. Photo Credit: Gabe Colombo, KNOM (2017)

Unofficial vote tallies from Tuesday’s Municipal Election in Nome suggest most incumbents kept their seats, including Nome Mayor Richard Beneville. There were two exceptions: City Council Seat B challenger Doug Johnson, who defeated Louis Green Sr., and School Board Seat D challenger Sandy Martinson, who defeated Panganga Pungowiyi. In Tuesday’s only race with three candidates, Adam Martinson won for City Council Seat A.

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Update News: Wednesday, November 7, 2012

In Wednesday’s news: Although not winning the election, Mitt Romney secured Alaska’s three electoral votes; Randy Pomeranz and Stan Anderson keep their seats in Nome Municipal Run-off Election; Nome Elementary School gets a chance to practice voting; Senator Mark Begich explains need for oversight hearing for federal subsistence management; Poetry North coming to Nome this…

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Update News: Thursday, September 13, 2012

In Thursday’s News: Acting US Secretary of Commerce declares commercial fishery failure on Yukon, Kuskokwim rivers and Cook Inlet; Kiana man missing after death of 74-year-old mother featured in “On the Ice”; NMFS has not followed through on ringed and bearded seal endangered species listing; MIT releases research finding additional chemicals affecting Arctic; Upcoming October…

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