Borough Elections: Know before you go

Borough Elections: Know before you go

Today borough residents have the opportunity to elect new leadership in the Kenai Peninsula Borough Regular Municipal Election.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. For the central peninsula, the ballot will hold elections for Borough Assembly, Board of Education, Kenai City Council, Soldotna City Council, service area board candidates and borough ballot propositions.

Precinct polling places

Anchor Point

Anchor Point Senior Center, Mile .25 Milo Fritz Road

Central

Soldotna Sports Center, 538 Arena Drive

Funny River No. 1

Funny River Community Center, 35850 Pioneer Access Road

Funny River No. 2

Kenai Peninsula Borough Admin building, Assembly Chambers, 491 E. Pioneer Ave.

Kasilof

Kasilof Fire Station, 58260 Sterling Highway

K Beach

K-Beach Fire Station, 37699 K-Beach Drive

Kenai No. 1

Kenai Mall, 11312 Kenai Spur Highway

Kenai No. 2

Challenger Learning Center, 9711 Kenai Spur Highway

Kenai No. 3

Kenai Senior Center, 361 Senior Court

Mackey lake

Kenai Peninsula Borough Admin Building, Assembly Chambers, 144 N. Binkley St.

Nikiski

Nikiski Community Center, 50097 Kenai Spur Highway

Ninilchik

Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds, 16200 Sterling Highway

Salamatof

Niksiki Fire Station No. 1, Mile 17.9 Kenai Spur Highway

Soldotna

Soldotna City Hall, 177 N. Birch St.

Sterling No. 1 and No. 2

Sterling Community Center, 35040 Sterling Highway

Borough Assembly

District 1 (Kalifornsky): Brent Hibbert

District 6 (Seward, Hope, Moose Pass, Cooper Landing and North Sterling): Kenn Carpenter

District 9 (South Peninsula): Willy Dunne and Troy Jones

Board of Education

District 2 (Kenai): Matthew Morse and Tim Navarre

District 5 (Sterling/Funny River): Karyn Griffin, Greg Madden, Marty Anderson and Nissa Fowler

District 8 (Homer): Mike Illg

Service Areas

Joint Operations Board for Central Peninsula Emergency Medical and Central Emergency

Seat C: Ryan Kapp

Seat D: Leslie Morton

Nikiski Fire Service Area

Seat F: Todd Paxton and Peter Ribbens

Seat G: Amber Olivia-Douglas

Nikiski Senior Service Area

Seat A: Lacey Lyn Stock

North Peninsula Recreation Service Area

Seat C: Felix Martinez II

Seat D: Sasha Fallon

Kenai City Council

For two seats:

Robert Peterkin II

Bob Molloy

Teea Winger

Soldotna City Council

Seat A: Paul Whitney

Seat C: Jordan Chilson

Seat F: Justin Ruffridge

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