Kenai Peninsula Borough 2014 Municipal Election unofficial results

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Unofficial results

Kenai Peninsula
Borough Mayor

Tom Bearup 3,270 votes

Carrol Martin 846

Mike Navarre 4,794

Borough Advisory
Proposition A

A.1 (Limited animal
control powers)

Yes 2,772

No 2,831

A.2 (0.02 mill rate)

Yes 1,993

No 3,599

Borough Advisory
Proposition B
(By-mail elections)

Yes 3,046

No 5,786

Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly

District 2-Kenai

Grayling Bassett 95

Blaine Gilman 482

Jake Thompson 400

District 5-Sterling/Funny River

Marty Anderson 187

LaDawn Druce 334

Stan Welles 493

District 8-Homer

Kelly Cooper 862

Kenai Peninsula Borough Board of Education

District 3-Nikiski

Joe Arness 741

District 4-Soldotna

Penny Vadla 810

District 7-Central

Bill Holt 551

Damon Yerly 305

City of Kenai

City Council (two elected)

Mike Boyle 484

Henry Knackstedt 504

Tim Navarre 548

Holly Spann 239

City of Soldotna

Mayor

Nels Anderson 494

City Council

Paul Whitney (Seat A) 461

Meggean Bos (Seat B) 466

Linda Murphy (Seat C) 467

Pete Sprague (Seat F) 507

Soldotna Proposition 1
(Financial disclosure for public officials)

Yes 297

No 321

Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Medical Service Area Board

Seat A (3-yr)

No Candidates Filed

Seat E (3-yr)

Conrad Woodhead 266

Nikiski Senior Service Area Board

Seat D (3-yr)

Julie Marcinkowski 611

Seat E (3-yr)

Leigh Hagstrom-Sanger 582

North Peninsula Recreation Service Area Board

Seat E (3-yr)

Patti Floyd 317

Stacy Oliva 510

Central Kenai Peninsula Hospital Service Area Board

Seat A (3-yr)

No Candidate Filed

Seat B (3-yr)

Scott Walden 4,351

Seat C (3-yr)

Debbie Harris 4,259

Seat F (2-yr)

Tim Navarre 3,948

Joint Operations Board for Central Peninsula Emergency Medical Service Area & Central Emergency Service Area

Seat E (3-yr)

Gary E. Hale 2,051

Julie A. Cisco 1,052

Nikiski Fire Service Area Board

Seat A (2-yr)

Chrystal L. Leighton 685

Seat D (3-yr)

Sharon M. Brower 717

Seat E (3-yr)

Dan Hammond 711

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