CBJ releases Preliminary Election results, Props 1 and 4 see tight margins

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Unofficial preliminary results from Juneau's 2022 municipal election are out.

    Proposition 1 asked voters whether to approve a $35 million dollar bond package for a new city hall at 450 Whitter street. Those voting Yes were 2,376, while those voting no were 2,415.

    Proposition No. 2 asked whether to approve 6.6 million in bonds to fund maintenance and improvements to Juneau's trails and parks. 3,222 voted yes, 1,583 voted no.

    Proposition No. 3 was the temporary 1% sales tax extension question. 3,394 voted yes while 1,417 voted no.

    Proposition 4 asked Juneau voters whether to repeal the city's mandatory disclosure ordinance. Those voting yes was 2,404, above the no votes 2,377.

    All the ballots that have been received through Oct. 1 have undergone their initial review and those that were eligible for counting have been scanned and included in the preliminary unofficial results.

    The city will continue to process the ballots cast at the two Vote Centers, dropped off in one of the two Ballot Drop Boxes and mailed via the U.S.P.S. and a secondary set of unofficial preliminary results will be posted online on Friday and again on Oct. 14.

    The Canvass Review Board will meet on Oct. 17 and again on Oct. 19 to review and certify the election.

    The official/final results will be posted online once the Canvass Review Board and Election Official certify the election on Oct. 19.

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