Edna DeVries holds lead for Mat-Su mayor, as conservatives sweep Valley races

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Conservatives appear to be sweeping the vote in the Mat-Su Borough elections, which ended Tuesday.

Palmer Mayor Edna DeVries appears to be handily winning in the Mat-Su Borough mayoral race. She has a lead in nearly every precinct so far, except for Talkeetna and the early voted ballots in the Borough Building, which is mostly where government employees cast ballots.

In most precincts, DeVries has more votes by herself than her two opponents combined, which would put her in the landslide victory category.

Delores McKee appears to be winning for Assembly District 3.

Jesse Sumner appears to be winning by a landslide for Assembly District 6.

Ron Bernier appears to be winning for Assembly District 7, but by a smaller margin than others.

Tom Bergey appears to be winning his re-election to the borough school board.

Jubilee Underwood appears to be winning for school board.

The bond issue on the ballot also appears to be winning.

Not all precincts have reported as of 10:30 pm Tuesday. Absentees have not yet been tallied.

Precinct level results are posted at the borough website, with nearly all now available at this link.

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  1. Great News! Conservatives appear to be sweeping the vote in the Mat-Su Borough elections,…”

    The future of Alaska is looking better and better as people seek prosperity instead of what the oil haters offer!

    • And then Don Young rescues the Democrats by voting for the spending bill. I hoped Don would just retire gracefully but he insists on going out in disgrace. I will be supporting Begich.

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