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Anchorage election results

By KTVA CBS 11 News 9:27 PM April 1, 2014

Last Updated 10:49 p.m.

Assembly District 1 — Seat B — Downtown Anchorage

  • Patrick Flynn — 1,450 votes (73%) —  12 of 14 precincts reporting
  • Mark Martinson — 501 votes (25%) — 12 of 14 precincts reporting

Assembly District 2 — Seat C — Chugiak/Eagle River

  • Bill Starr — 3,260 votes (61%)  – 17 of 19 precincts reporting
  • Sharon Gibbons — 2,001 votes (38%) — 17 of 19 precincts reporting

Assembly District 3 — Seat E — West Anchorage

  • Tim Steele — 4,438 votes (67%) — 24 of 26 precincts reporting
  • Phil Isley — 2,094 votes (32%) — 24 of 26 precincts reporting

Assembly District 4 — Seat G — Midtown Anchorage

  • Elvi Gray-Jackson —  4,333 votes (85%) — 23 of 25 precincts reporting
  • Write-in Votes — 773 votes (15%) — 23 of 25 precincts reporting

Assembly District 5 — Seat I — East Anchorage

  • Pete Petersen — 3,085 votes (42%)  – 23 of 25 precincts reporting
  • Adam Trombley —  2,749 votes (37% ) — 23 of 25 precincts reporting
  • Mao Tosi — 1,498 votes (20% ) — 23 of 25 precincts reporting

Assembly District 6 — Seat K — South Anchorage

  • Bill Evans — 3,869 votes (41%) — 24 of 26 precincts reporting
  • Pete Nolan — 1,848 votes (20%) — 24 of 26 precincts reporting
  • Bruce Dougherty — 3,657 votes (39%) — 24 of 26 precincts reporting

 

Anchorage School Board — Seat C

  • Liz Ross — 6,039 votes (19%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • Pat Higgins — 16,842 votes (52%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • Dean Williams — 9,103 votes (28%) —  122 of 124 precincts reporting

Anchorage School Board — Seat D

  • Don Smith — 14,512 votes (42%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • Kameron Perez-Verdia — 19,943 votes (57%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

 

Proposition 1 Educational improvements

  • Yes — 22,435 votes (58%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No –16,038 votes (42%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 2 Safety and public transportation improvements

  • Yes — 23,813 votes (62%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No —  14,600 votes (38%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 3 Facility improvements

  • Yes — 18,818 votes (50%) – 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No —  19,107 votes (50%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 4 Parks and Recreation improvements

  • Yes — 21,340 votes (56%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No — 16,798 votes (44%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 5 Road and drainage improvements

  • Yes — 24,357 votes (64%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No — 13,933 votes (36%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 6 Fire service and protection improvements

  • Yes — 25,513 votes (67%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No — 12,412 votes (33%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 7 Police service improvements

  • Yes — 21,980 votes (57%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No — 16,345 votes (43%) —  122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 8 Gender-neutral terms

  • Yes — 22,193 votes (58%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No — 15,903 votes (42%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

Proposition 9 Vehicle violation enforcement

  • Yes — 20,728 votes (56%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting
  • No — 16,167 votes (44%) — 122 of 124 precincts reporting

 

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