The latest: Borough election results

The latest: Borough election results

Borough residents came out to vote for local representation Tuesday. The Clarion will be updating results from each race as they come in.

Update: 8:14 p.m.

Results from Funny River No. 2, Salamatof and Fox River precincts are reporting preliminary results in the Regular Municipal Election.

Greg Madden for District 5 School Board seat is in the lead, with 45 total votes from Funny River No. 2 precinct.

Todd Paxton is leading the vote with 162 votes over Peter Ribbens in the Nikiski Fire Service Area board member race.

For the Borough Assembly District 9 race, Fox River precinct is reporting Troy Jones in the lead, with 26 votes over Willy Dunne.

All three precincts are reporting an above 50 percent opposition to Proposition 1 regarding the K-Selo bonds. All three precincts are reporting more than 50 percent support for proposition 2 regarding a border move for the Central Peninsula Hospital Service Area.

Update: 8:30 p.m.

Anchor Point, Central, K-Beach, Kachemak/Fritz, Kasilof, Kenai No. 1, Mackey Lake, Ninilchik and Soldotna are reporting unofficial results.

In Soldotna, there is currently a 50/50 tie for the District 5 School Board seat between Greg Madden and Nissa Fowler.

in Anchor Point, Troy Jones holds a 98 vote lead over Willy Dunne.

In the Kachemak/Fritz precinct, Willy Dunne holds a 110 vote lead over Troy Jones. The precinct also voted majority in support for the K-Selo Bonds proposition.

Kenai No. 1 precinct is reporting Matthew Morse in the lead, with 26 votes over incumbent Tim Navarre for the District 2 School Board seat. Robert Peterkin II and Teea Winger are topping Bob Molloy in the Kenai City Council Race.

Most of the precincts were showing majority opposition for Proposition 1, and majority are showing support for Proposition 2.

Update: 8:47 p.m.

Cooper Landing, Diamond Ridge, Funny River No. 1, Homer No. 1 and Nikiski are now reporting their unofficial results.

Diamond Ridge is reporting Willy Dunne in a 64 vote lead over Troy Jones, with a majority of voters in support for Proposition 1.

Funny River No. 1 shows Greg Madden in the lead for the contentious District 5 School Board race.

Homer No. 1 is showing majority support for Proposition 1.

Todd Paxton is four votes ahead of Peter Ribbens for the Nikiski Fire Service Area board member race, Nikiski precinct reports.

Both Nikiski and Funny River No. 1 show majority opposition to Proposition 1.

All updated precincts reporting majority support for Proposition 2.

Update: 9:04 p.m.

Borough-wide, unofficial results show 75 percent of precincts reporting.

Willy Dunne currently is in the lead with 53 percent of the vote.

Matthew Morse has a 26 vote lead over Tim Navarre for the District 2 School Board seat.

Greg Madden is in the lead for the District 5 School Board seat, with 123 votes.

Todd Paxton is leading over Peter Ribbens with 55 percent of the vote for the Nikiski Fire Service Area board member race.

Borough-wide, over 60 percent are in opposition of Proposition 1, while over 70 percent are in support of Proposition 2.

Robert Peterkin II and Teea Winger are leading in votes for the Kenai City Council race.

Update 9:14 p.m.

Kenai No. 2, Sterling No. 1 and Sterling No. 2. are reporting unofficial results.

Kenai No. 2 shows majority support for Matthew Morse in the District 2 School Board race. Robert Peterkin II and Bob Molloy are leading the votes in the Kenai City Council races.

In Sterling No. 1 and No. 2, Greg Madden is leading the votes in the four-way District 5 School Board race.

Update 10 p.m.

Unofficial results, with all 28 precincts reporting show Proposition 1 failing by nearly 60 percent. Proposition 2 succeeded by 65 percent, and Proposition 3 also succeeded by 75 percent.

Robert Peterkin II and Bob Molloy lead the race for Kenai City Council, with Teea Winger falling behind Molloy by just 49 votes.

Todd Paxton came out on top in the Nikiski Fire Service Area board member race against Peter Ribbens.

Greg Madden leads the four-way District 5 School Board race, with over 163 votes ahead of 15-year incumbent Marty Anderson.

Matthew Morse has 43 votes over nine-year incumbent Tim Navarre for the District 2 School Board seat.

Willy Dunne has an 85 vote lead over Troy Jones for the District 9 Borough Assembly seat.

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