Election Contests and Ballot Measures

November 2, 2010 Alaska General Election

Alaska

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US Senate
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Ted Gianoutsos
Websitewww.tedandfran.com
74
Scott T. McAdams - D
Websitewww.scottmcadams.org
Joe Miller - L
Websitewww.joemiller.us
Lisa Murkowski - R
Websitelisamurkowski.com/main
59
Tim Carter
Websitewww.carterforsenate.org
Fredrick D. "David" Haase - L
Websitewww.davidforalaska.com
Sidney I. Hill
United States Representative
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Harry T. Crawford, Jr. - D
Websitecrawfordforalaska.com
64
Don E. Young - R
Websitealaskansfordonyoung.com
83
Governor / Lt Governor
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Ethan A. Berkowitz - D
Websitewww.ethanberkowitz.com
Diane E. Benson - D
Websitewww.alaskansforbenson.com
Sean R. Parnell - R
Websitewww.gov.state.ak.us
54
Mead Treadwell - R
Websitetreadwellalaska.com
William S. "Billy" Toien - L
Websitewww.ltgov.state.ak.us/elections/96oep/toien.htm
Jeffery D. Brown - L
Don R. Wright - I
Referendums and Ballot Measures
Bonding Proposition A - State Guaranteed Veterans Residential Mortgage Bonds, $600,000,000
Shall the State of Alaska unconditionally guarantee as a general obligation of the state the payment of principal and interest on revenue bonds of the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation issued in the principal amount of not more than $600,000,000 for the purpose of purchasing mortgages made for residences for qualifying veterans, as defined by law?
Bonding Proposition B - State General Obligation Library, Education, and Educational Research Facility Bonds, $397,200,000
Shall the State of Alaska issue its general obligation bonds in the principal amount of not more than $397,200,000 for the purpose of design and construction of library, education and educational research facilities?
Ballot Measure #1 - Increase Number of Legislators and Districts
This Act would amend the Alaska Constitution to increase the number of state legislators from 60 to 66. The Act would increase the number of senate members from 20 to 22. It would increase the number of house members from 40 to 44. Six new legislative districts would be created as a result -- 4 in the House and 2 in the Senate. The changes proposed by the Act would go into effect on or after January 1, 2011, after a new redistricting plan based on the 2010 U.S. Census is adopted.Should this constitutional amendment be adopted?
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