The Division of Elections ran the tabulation on the ranked-choice ballots cast by voters on Nov. 8. The “instant runoff” method of choosing winners yielded these results in the contested races:
U.S. Senate race:
Lisa Murkowski: 135,972
Kelly Tshibaka: 117,299
Murkowski won by a 7 point margin.
U.S. House race:
Congresswoman Mary Peltola: 136,893
Sarah Palin: 112,255
The margin of victory for Peltola is 9.8.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy won with 50.28% of the vote.
Senate Seat D
Republican Jesse Bjorkman won over Tuckerman Babcock.
Senate Seat E
Republican Cathy Giessel won over incumbent Republican Sen. Roger Holland.
Senate Seat N
Republican Sen. David Wilson won over his contenders Scott Clayton and Stephen Wright.
House District 11
Republican Julie Coloumbe won over Walter Featherly and Ross Beiling.
House District 15
Republican Rep. Tom McKay won by four votes over Denny Wells; David Eibeck was eliminated first.
House District 18
Democrat Cliff Groh beat Republican Rep. David Nelson and Democrat Lyn Franks.
House District 28
Republican Jesse Sumner won over Rachel Allen, Jessica Wright, and Steve Menard.
House District 30
Rep. Kevin McCabe won over Doyle Holmes.
House District 31
Democrat Maxine Dibert won over Republican Rep. Bart LeBon.
House District 24
Frank Tomaszewski won over Democrat Rep. Grier Hopkins.