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Listicle: Who dropped from muni races by deadline?

School Board Seat G saw two candidates drop by the time the deadline had passed on Tuesday: Pierce Blewett and Larry Daugherty. That leaves incumbent Elisa Vakalis, Carl Jacobs, and David Nees on the ballot for that seat. Earlier Pat Higgins had dropped from School Board Seat B and filed for Seat E.

Here are the candidates who will be on the April ballot:

MAYORAL CANDIDATES:

Evans, Bill – Filed 01/15/2021 – undeclared

Martinez, George – Filed 01/15/2021 – nonpartisan

Momin, Reza – Filed 01/27/2021 – nonpartisan

Falsey, Bill – Filed 01/15/2021 – nonpartisan

Herndon, Heather – Filed 01/19/2021 – undeclared

Bronson, David – Filed 01/15/2021 – Republican

Robbins, Mike – Filed 01/15/2021 – Republican

Dunbar, Forrest – Filed 01/15/2021 – Democrat

Colbry, Darin – Filed 01/15/2021 – Republican

Westfall, Papa-Joe – Filed 01/27/2021 – undeclared (name is William Joe Westfall)

Kern, Jacob Seth – Filed 01/25/2021 – Democrat

 Anthony, Anna – Filed 01/29/2021 – undeclared

Swank Jr., Albert L. – Filed 01/29/2021 – nonpartisan

Brown, Jeffrey – Filed 01/29/2021 – undeclared

SCHOOL BOARD SEAT B (1-YEAR TERM):

     Eledge, Judy Norton – Filed 01/22/2021 – Republican

     Stewart, Marilyn – Filed 01/27/2021 – undeclared

     Lessens, Kelly – Filed 01/15/2021 – Democrat

   Cox, Mark Anthony – Filed 01/27/2021 – undeclared

SCHOOL BOARD SEAT E:

     Higgins, Pat – Filed 01/25/2021 – Democrat

     Hilde, Alisha – Filed 01/15/2021 – Republican, incumbent

     Blatchford, Edgar – Filed 01/22/2021 – Democrat

     Blakeslee, Rachel – Filed 01/22/2021 – unknown

     Graham, Sami – Filed 01/22/2021 – Republican

 Williams, Nial Sherwood – Filed 01/29/2021 – undeclared

SCHOOL BOARD SEAT F:

     Sanders, Marcus – Filed 01/20/2021 – Republican

     Paulson, Kim – Filed 01/22/2021 – Republican

     Wilson, Dora – Filed 01/19/2021 – Democrat

   Loring, Dan – Filed 01/29/2021 – nonpartisan

SCHOOL BOARD SEAT G:

     Jacobs, Carl – Filed 01/15/2021 – Democrat

     Nees, David – Filed 01/26/2021 – Alaska Independence

   Vakalis, Elisa – Filed 01/29/2021 – Republican incumbent

Service Area Board of Supervisor Candidates:
BEAR VALLEY LRSA – SEAT C
BIRCH TREE ELMORE LRSA – SEAT B
CHUGIAK FIRE SERVICEA AREA – SEAT B

     Sullivan, Ronni – Filed 01/19/2021

GIRDWOOD VALLEY SERVICE AREA – SEAT A

     Wade, Guy – Filed 01/29/2021

     Wingard, Jennifer – Filed 01/19/2021

GIRDWOOD VALLEY SERVICE AREA – SEAT B

    Smith, Braden – Filed 01/26/2021

    Sassi, Amanda – Filed 01/27/2021

GLEN ALPS SERVICE AREA – SEAT E 

     Connolly, Joseph – Filed 01/28/2021

HOMESTEAD LRSA – SEAT A (1-YEAR TERM)

     McDonald, W Harry – Filed 01/25/2021

HOMESTEAD LRSA – SEAT B (2-YEAR TERM)

     Nelson, Paul – Filed 01/20/2021

HOMESTEAD LRSA – SEAT C (3-YEAR TERM)

     Stevens, Rhen – Filed 01/25/2021

LAKEHILL LRSA – SEAT B

     Lau, John – Filed 01/27/2021

MT. PARK ESTATES LRSA – SEAT A

     Congdon, Robert E. – Filed 01/22/2021

MT. PARK/ROBIN HILL RRSA – SEAT A

     Hoefler, Brian – Filed 01/28/2021

MT. PARK/ROBIN HILL RRSA – SEAT B

     Bassler, Thomas – Filed 01/20/2021

PARADISE VALLEY SOUTH LRSA – SEAT C
RABBIT CREEK VIEW LRSA – SEAT A

     Lipps, David – Filed 01/27/2021

RAVEN WOOD LRSA – SEAT A
ROCKHILL LRSA – SEAT A
SECTION 6/CAMPBELL AIRSTRIP RD LRSA – SEAT B

     Johnson, Eric G. – 01/22/2021

SECTION 6/CAMPBELL AIRSTRIP RD LRSA – SEAT C

     Walker, Jack – Filed 01/19/2021

SEQUOIA ESTATES LRSA – SEAT E
SKYRANCH ESTATES LRSA – SEAT A

     Kurtak, Joseph – Filed 01/22/2021

SOUTH GOLDENVIEW RRSA – SEAT B

     Culhane, Tim – Filed 01/20/2021

SOUTH GOLDENVIEW RRSA – SEAT C

     Lemon, Marty – Filed 01/19/2021

SRW HOMEOWNERS LRSA – SEAT A
TALUS WEST LRSA – SEAT B

     Winsor, Tony – Filed 01/28/2021

TOTEM LRSA – SEAT C

     Giammalva, Pamela – Filed 01/29/2021

UPPER GROVER LRSA – SEAT A

     Cottrell, Jim – Filed 01/21/2021

UPPER O’MALLEY LRSA – SEAT B
UPPER O’MALLEY LRSA – SEAT E

     Pauli, Matthew T. – Filed 01/22/2021

VALLI VUE ESTATES LRSA – SEAT A
VALLI VUE ESTATES LRSA – SEAT D

     Jones, Jewel – Filed 01/22/2021

VILLAGES SCENIC PARKWAY LRSA – SEAT C

     Shearer, Greg – Filed 01/22/2021

To register to vote, or to update your voter registration information, visit voterregistration.alaska.gov. The voter registration deadline for this election is March 7, 2021.

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Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.

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  • Do you think anyone will get 51% on Election Day first choice or will every race go jungle and be decided by third and fourth round choices. Liberals win everyone else loses.

  • That is a lot of Mayor candidates. Is it really worth it for a lot of them? Right now there are only Three candidates that Anchorage voters (the few thousand who are more likely to vote out of 280,000) will recognize by their billboards.
    I wondering if its a strategy flood one particular race so one particular candidate is more likely to win?

  • All I can say, is with so many candidates, this will become a easy race for more of the same. Unless it becomes a race between two opposites, it’s going to be easy for more of the same. Those who don’t want more of the same will be split by the other options, ensuring more of the same. The Democratic Party in Alaska has a great advantage; unity. The Republicans are so divided that they they still support people like Lisa and support anyone who claims their party despite their actions or history. And most conservatives have a poor voting record. I will not be surprised if that liberal lawyer Dumbar actually wins. Since our Governor has done nothing to correct our corrupt voting system, the low turnout for elections combined with ballot harvesting, I really won’t be shocked at all. What is needed now is strong participation from the group that has habitually been quiet. That’s right, the private sector. And the public sector that is tired of the Unions telling them how to vote, being forced to pay their dues in order to have a job that they don’t need Unions to protect because they are competent. Half of these rinos are being thrown in to mix our vote. Time for leadership. Time for Bronson. If he could be trusted to be a Captain of the worlds largest aircraft for so many years, he certainly can run a city. And better than another bureaucrat

  • Until the monkeys demand an end to the mail in voting, you’ll get what you deserve. As the dementia’d one would say…”Period”.

    And I’m not talking about absentee, so don’t even try.

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