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2014 Election Information
Notice of Regular Municipal Election



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, there will be conducted in the City of Seward, Alaska, a Regular Municipal Election in accordance with Seward City Code, Title 4.


The following candidates have filed for elective office within the City of Seward and will appear on the Regular Municipal Election ballot:


TWO-YEAR TERMS (Vote for no more than three)

KEIL, Marianna 

Note: The order of the candidate names were drawn in a random draw per SCC 4.04.025.

(Vote for no more than one)


PROPOSITIONS  There are no propositions on the 2014 ballot for the City of Seward.

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Unofficial Results for the State Primary Election, Seward / Lowell Point Precinct only
How the Seward / Lowell Point Precinct Voted on August 19, 2014 (not counting any absentee votes prior to election day):

US Senator (ADL Ballot)
Mark Begich: 167
William "Bill" Bryk: 4
Mark S. Fish: 1
Zachary A. Kile: 2
Scott A. Kohlhaas: 1
Vic Kohring: 12
Thom M. Walker: 8

US Senator (R Ballot)
John M. Jaramillo: 8
Joe Miller: 103
Dan Sullivan: 87
Mead Treadwell: 59

US Representative (ADL Ballot)
Forrest Dunbar: 119
Jim C. McDermott: 31
Frank J. Vondersaar: 23

US Representative (R Ballot)
John R. Cox: 21
David F. Dohner: 4
David Seaward: 48
Don Young: 179

Governor (ADL Ballot)
Carolyn F. Clift: 22
Byron I. Mallott: 109
Phil G. Stoddard: 42

Governor (R Ballot)
Gerald L. Heikes: 12
Russ Millette: 26
Sean R. Parnell: 181
Brad Snowden: 28

Lt Governor (ADL Ballot)
Hollis S. French: 126
Andrew C. Lee: 15
Robert L. Williams: 43

Lt Governor (R Ballot)
Dan Sullivan: 163
Kelly J. Wolf: 78

Senate District O (R Ballot)
Peter A. Micciche: 193

House District 29 (ADL Ballot)
Rocky Knudsen: 147

House District 29 (R Ballot)
Charles Chenault: 202

Yes: 270
No: 201

482 Ballots Cast By Precinct.  There were approximately 60 questioned and special needs ballots that will be mailed to the Division of Elections to be verified and counted as well.  During absentee voting, the Seward Absentee Voting Location for all of District 29 had 102 voters. 

Political Signs in the City of Seward

Campaign Signs Come with the Season

 You might see them just about anywhere in town, those placards planted in the ground along streets and in yards to increase a candidate’s name recognition among voters. 

Whether you like them or not, campaign signs are a traditional part of the political process and come with the election season. Before you place a political sign, please remember to follow the rules.

 The Seward City Code allows political signs not more than 6 square feet per sign in residential districts and 32 square feet per sign in commercial districts. Signs may be displayed no earlier than 30 days prior to any election and shall be removed within 7 days following the election. Signs erected for any primary election that remain relevant to the following general election may be maintained for the period between elections. 

 Please note that signs for the August 19, 2014 primary election may be displayed starting July 19, 2014. For the October 7, 2014 municipal and borough election, signs can be displayed starting September 7, 2014.  For the statewide general and national elections on November 4, 2014, signs can be displayed starting October 4, 2014.  

  If you have questions about the municipal sign rules, you can contact the City of Seward Community Development Department at 224-4049. For more information about state rules, contact the Alaska Public Offices Commission at (907) 276-4176.

City of Seward • P.O. Box 167, 410 Adams Street City Hall Building • Seward, Alaska 99664 • (907) 224-3331
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