The mayor’s seat, one city council seat, three planning and zoning seats, and a fish box tax were on the ballot. A total of 189 ballots were cast, including 148 regular ballots, 40 absentee and question ballots, and one spoiled ballot.
|City council seat “C”||Joshua Bowen (Mayor)||85|
|City council seat “D”||Harriet Silva (Treasurer)||103|
|Fish Box Tax||Yes||117|
Two city council seats and one school board seat were up for re-election. A total of 170 ballots were cast, including 168 regular ballots and two absentee ballots.
|City Council||Paul Rostad||96|
|Henrich Kadake Sr||83|
|Shawaan Jackson-Gamble (write-in)||38|
|Burt Lee Jackson||17|
|School Board||Adam Davis||98|
Two city council seats and two school board seats were up for re-election. A total of 54 ballots were cast, including 36 regular ballots, 4 questioned ballots and 14 absentee ballots.
|City Council||Celeste Weller||35|
|School Board Seat #2||James Slater||34|
|School Board Seat #3||Jessica Adams||37|
Seven city council seats were up for re-election. There were 29 total write-in candidates. A total of 34 ballots were cast, including 16 regular ballots and 18 absentee ballots. Port Alexander’s results won’t be certified until November.
|City Council||Laura Pollard||25|
|Thomas (Tommy) Corso||20|
|Debra Rose Gifford||15|
Four city council seats were up for re-election. A total of 57 ballots were cast, including 30 absentee ballots. Mayor and vice mayor will be chosen by the city council at their meeting on Thursday, Oct. 22.
|City Council||Rudy H. Ziel||52|
|Linnea Lospenosochatel (write-in)||49|
|Nikita Chase (write-in)||25|
*Results do not include all write-in candidates.