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Voter registration deadline on Sunday

Alaska residents have until Sunday to register to vote or change their party affiliation for the upcoming primary and general elections. Voter registration forms can be picked up at the Juneau and Douglas public libraries, the state Division of Motor Vehicles, and the Division of Elections regional office.

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Statewide turnout less than 50 percent

...as more absentee ballots arrive by mail and questioned ballots are tallied, according to Virginia Breeze, spokeswoman for the Division of Elections. Absentee ballots that arrived as of Tuesday are included in the totals. Questioned ballots...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

JUNEAU -- Acknowledging that it provided incomplete information in a lawsuit, the Attorney General's office is asking a judge to refrain from ordering the state to immediately build or fix more rural schools.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...state, which also has a California-style primary, Democrats are doing the same thing. Virginia Breeze, spokeswoman for the Division of Elections, said the ballots have been sent to the printers. Letters are going out to Alaska voters who...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

He worked for the Alaska Public Defender Agency and the Ketchikan District Attorney's office before helping open a Ketchikan office for the Juneau firm of Faulkner Banfield last year.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

Former Anchorage Rep. Terry Martin trounced former lawmaker Marco Pignalberi in the Republican primary for the seat being vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Tim Kelly. Martin, who has supported efforts to move the capital and the Legislature to Southcentral Alaska, won 80 percent of the vote.

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Hemp initiative snuffed

Lt. Gov. Loren Leman stopped an initiative drive seeking to decriminalize marijuana, ruling Tuesday that hundreds of signatures collected were not valid. Anchorage resident Tim Hinterberger, one of three primary sponsors of the initiative, said today he has not seen the ruling, but added he expects to appeal the decision.

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State and local briefly

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Judge rejects plea to stop two-ballot primary

...state, which also has a California-style primary, Democrats are doing the same thing. Virginia Breeze, spokeswoman for the Division of Elections, said the ballots have been sent to the printers. Letters are going out to Alaska voters who...

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Around the state

...filed on Friday. No write-in challenger has won a statewide campaign and Division of Elections officials could not recall a successful write-in campaign for the Legislature either, said Virginia Breeze, a spokeswoman for the division.

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