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How Kodiak and District 32 Voted

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House District 32 Vote Breakdown.pdf
In yesterday’s primary election, voters in Kodiak and much of District 32 voted with the rest of the state on the major Republican Senate race, but went strongly the other way on Proposition 1. 313 more words


Rep. Hanabusa will not challenge primary results

Rep. Colleen Hanabusa says she will not challenge the results of the primary election.

Despite several setbacks in the primary election process, Sen. Brian Schatz won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. 414 more words


Murkowski Won't Endorse Primary Candidates

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U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski was in Kodiak last week for a groundbreaking ceremony on the Coast Guard Base. After the ceremony she took time to talk with KMXT. 392 more words


Pre-Election 2014 Complete... Finally!

OK, the Primary Election here in Hawaii is finally over that the Office of Elections held a special election for the 2 polls that were closed on the big island due to the hurricane.  605 more words


PRG HAWAII NEWS POLL, 16 August 2014, Post #7666.

Now that the primary election is over, it’s time to ask you who should win the general election on 07 November 2014.  This will be the first of several polls conducted before that election. 59 more words


"Recounts, they don't happen that often" -- but it could happen in the 6th Congressional District race

WISCONSIN (WITI) — There is still no winner in the 6th Congressional District primary race. State Senator Glenn Grothman is declaring victory in the four-way race, but State Senator Job Leibham isn’t conceding. 391 more words


"The voters of this county have said they like my style:" Sheriff Clarke, on his primary victory

MILWAUKEE CO. (WITI) — Perhaps the most hotly-contested race in Tuesday’s primary election was for Milwaukee County sheriff. Neither candidate was claiming defeat — even as 100% of precincts had results in early Wednesday morning — but now, a winner has been declared. 496 more words