Sitka’s municipal elections may soon be getting a refresh. When the Sitka Assembly met last night, it approved on first reading, code changes that would establish early voting as a new option for local voters.Read More
City Clerk Sara Peterson and election workers counted 845 ballots on Friday (10-7-22) afternoon, and absentee and early votes aligned closely with Tuesday night’s results, confirming the winners of each race, and giving some of them slightly bigger leads.
Sitka voters will elect a mayor and two assembly members, and decide two ballot propositions, in this year's municipal election. Sara Peterson explains all the ways voters can participate. She also has information for anyone interested in running as a write-in candidate.
Although no one's complained about the accuracy of Sitka's elections, municipal clerk Sara Peterson opted to perform her routine (and thorough) testing of the two Dominion voting machines in public.