Kenai Peninsula Borough Unofficial Election Results

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Kenai Peninsula Borough Unofficial Election Results

Kenai Peninsula Borough Municipal Regular Election

Oct. 3, 2017

Unofficial Results

Proposition 1 (Commercial marijuana ban)

No5,232 votes

Yes2,941

Proposition 2 (Borough building HVAC)

No6,598

Yes5,060

Proposition 3 (Sales tax cap increase)

No7,198

Yes4,586

Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor

Charlie Pierce4,554

Linda Hutchings3,601

Dale Bagley3,333

Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly

District 1-Kalifornsky

Brent Hibbert510

Daniel Castimore389

Kate Veh198

District 2-Kenai

Hal Smalley497

Duane Bannock427

Jill Schaefer116

District 5-Funny River/Sterling

Norm Blakeley815

Leslie Morton 590

District 6-East Peninsula

Kenn Carpenter946

District 8-Homer

Kelly Cooper1,120

Kenai Peninsula Borough Board of Education

District 3-Nikiski

Jason Tauriainen708

Joe Arness484

District 4-Soldotna

Penny Vadla1,021

District 7-Central

Debbie Cary1,101

District 8-Homer

Mike Illg1,181

Kenai City Council

(2 seats)

Henry Knackstedt611

Tim Navarre582

Bob McIntosh370

City of Soldotna

Mayor

Nels Anderson636

Seat B

Tyson Cox590

Seat F

Keith Baxter589

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