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Less Than 100 Votes Separate House District 34 Contenders

By | November 6, 2012 - 10:33 pm

Democrat Jonathan Kreiss-Tompkins holds a narrow lead – less than 100 votes – over Republican Bill Thomas in the race for House District 34, a district in Southeast Alaska (Sitka). Results for other races around the state:

100 percent of pcts reporting:

  • House 2 (north of Fairbanks):         Bob Miller (D) – 3,434                                                  Tammie Wilson (R) – 3,722
  • House 17 (Anchorage):                      Geran Tarr (D) – 2,081                                           Cean Stevens (R) – 1,361
  • House 22 (Anchorage):                     Chris Tuck (D) – 2,688                                            Lisa Vaught (R) 2,161
  • House 24 (Anchorage):                     Patti Higgins (D) – 2,531                                               Charisse Millett (R) – 3,155
  • House 25: (Anchorage):                    Pete Petersen (D) –  3,260                                            Lance Pruitt (R) – 3,357
  • House 33 (Wrangell-Ketchikan):    Matt Olsen (D) – 1,696  Peggy Wilson (R) – 2,971  Kyle Johansen (NA) – 437
  • House 34 (Sitka):                               Jonathan Kreiss-Tompkins (D) – 3,114              Bill Thomas (R) – 3,070
  • House 38 (McGrath):                        David Guttenberg (D) – 2,349  Alan Dick (R) – 1,983  Dorothy Shockley (NA) 695

Awaiting precincts:

  • House 36: (Southwest Alaska)        Bryce Edgmond (D) – 2,032                                   Carl Morgan (R) – 1,668 – 98 percent reporting

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