With 100% of precincts reporting, and roughly 4,100 early and absentee votes yet to be tabulated, here is where the Mat-Su Borough election results from Nov. 8 stand. SCHOOL BOARD It looks like the already conservative Mat-Su School Board has moved a bit more
In an effort to strengthen election integrity and to give Mat-Su residents confidence that their votes are counted accurately, the Mat-Su Assembly will vote on a resolution requiring a hand count verification of borough elections. The vote, scheduled for
Brian Endle, who is running for Mat-Su Borough Assembly, is on a mission to ensure that all votes in Mat-Su Borough elections are hand counted. He’s part of an coalition of concerned citizens who want to do away with Dominion voting machines for all borough
A coordinated group of Mat-Su residents attended the July 19 Mat-Su Borough Assembly meeting requesting that the borough become the first in Alaska to scrap all of its Dominion ballot tabulation machines. In a string of about 25 testimonies that spanned an
Mat-Su voters easily passed lifetime term limits for borough mayor and assembly members, as well as additional property tax breaks for seniors and military veterans. They also approved new redistricting lines for the seven assembly districts spread across the
The Mat-Su Borough has a packed special election set for July 12 when residents will decide on term limits for elected officials, tax reductions for seniors and veterans, and a proposed redistricting map. On election day, residents can vote in person at
In an effort to safeguard gun rights for area residents, the Mat-Su Borough Assembly will hear public testimony on two separate firearms resolutions at its May 17 regular meeting. The first item declares the borough’s opposition to using any of its funds to
The repeal of the anti-gun range red-tape ordinance is on the agenda for Tuesday’s Mat-Su Borough Assembly meeting, and the Assembly members need to hear from you! It’s time to stand up and make your voices heard in defense of your
On Tuesday, Nov. 2, Mat-Su residents will vote for a new mayor as well as borough assembly and school board members. In the lead up to the election, Alaska Gun Rights has published the results of a survey of Mat-Su candidates running for Borough Assembly and
In an effort to clearly identify the strongest conservative candidates for local office in the Mat-Su, the Alaska Watchman sent a survey to everyone running for seats in Palmer, Wasilla and the Mat-Su Borough. Our survey focused on some of the most important
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