Politics

Photos: Election night 2022 in Anchorage

In the Nov. 8 general election, Alaskans voted on races for governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. House and 59 of 60 seats in the Alaska Legislature. Voters also weighed in on whether to call a constitutional convention, a question that appears on the ballot once every 10 years. This election was the second to use ranked choice voting under Alaska’s new election system, which was implemented this year.

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Alaska general election preliminary results

Murkowski closes on Tshibaka as votes are counted in U.S. Senate race

Peltola leads Alaska’s U.S. House race in early results

Dunleavy holds solid lead for governor

Constitutional convention ballot measure failing by significant margin

Early numbers show tight Alaska legislative races with thousands of uncounted ballots

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