Regular Borough Election - October 7, 2014

***** LOCAL ELECTION - OCTOBER 7, 2014 *****



DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY FOR BOROUGH MAYOR, BOROUGH ASSEMBLY, PORT COMMISSION, SCHOOL BOARD AND (WMC) HOSPITAL BOARD and signature petitions as required, will be available in the Borough Clerk’s Office from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (except holidays), August 1, 2014 through August 29, 2014.

Qualified persons may have their name placed on the ballot for the October 7, 2014, City & Borough of Wrangell Regular Election by filing declarations of candidacy for Borough Mayor, Borough Assembly, Port Commission, School Board and (WMC) Hospital Board.

Mayor: One – (2 year term)

Assembly: Two – (3 year terms)

Assembly: One – (1 Year Unexpired Term)

Port Commission: One – (3 year term)

School Board: One – (3 year term)

Hospital Board: Two – (4 year terms)

Kim Lane, CMC, Borough Clerk



City & Borough of Wrangell, Alaska

Notice to Voters

Voter qualifications for the City & Borough of Wrangell, October 7, 2014, Regular Election, are as follows:

a United States citizen;
registered and qualified to vote in the State of Alaska elections and registered thereat for at least thirty (30) days immediately preceding the municipal election;
at least eighteen (18) years of age;
a resident of the City & Borough of Wrangell for thirty (30) days preceding the election;
not disqualified by reason of having been convicted of a felony involving moral turpitude, and if so, that civil rights have been restored, nor disqualified because judicially determined to be of unsound mind.

Voters are cautioned to make certain their residence address is correct on their State Voter Registration.  City law requires that each voter shall be registered to vote in the precinct in which that person seeks to vote in order to vote in municipal elections.

Your name must appear on the precinct list!  If you are registered in another city, you must change your registration prior to Sunday, September 7, 2014, to qualify to vote in the Regular Election of October 7, 2014.


You may ask the Borough Clerk to check the precinct register to assure your qualifications.


State of Alaska - Division of Elections

2014 Primary and General Election Information

What's on the August 19, 2014 Primary Election Ballot

There will be 3 ballot choices in the Primary:

Democrat- Libertarian -Alaskan Independence Candidate Ballot

w/ballot measures

All candidates except Republican

(Any voter may vote this ballot)


Republican Candidate Ballot

w/ballot measures

Republican candidates only

(Voters registered as Republican, Non-Partisan, or Undeclared at least 30 days before the election may vote this ballot)

Measures Only Ballot

No candidates - only ballot measures

(Any voter may vote this ballot)

Candidate Races on the  Ballot


US Representative

Lieutenant Governor

US Senator

State Senator

(Districts A, C, E, F, G, I, K, M, N,O, P Q, S, T)


State Representative

(Districts 1- 40)

Ballot Measures on the Ballot

•    Ballot  Measure #1 - Referendum 13SB21, An Act Relating  to the Oil and Gas Production

      Tax, Interest Rates on Overdue Taxes and Tax Credits




What's on the November 4, 2014 General Election Ballot

Candidate Races on the Ballot

Governor/Lt. Governor

US Representative


State Representative

(Districts 1 - 40)

US Senator

State Senator

(Districts A, C, E, F, G, I, K, M, N,O, P Q, S, T)

Judicial Retention

Ballot Measures on the  Ballot

•    Ballot  Measure #2 - 13PSUM, An Act to Tax and Regulate the Production, Sale, and Use of Marijuana

•    Ballot  Measure #3 - 13MINW, An Act to Increase Alaska's Minimum  Wage

•    Ballot  Measure #4- 12BBAY, An Act Providing for Protection of Bristol Bay Wild Salmon and Waters Within or Flowing Into the Existing 1972 Bristol Bay Fisheries Reserve


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