It’s Election Day! The first Alaska election results are expected to be released around 9 p.m. Alaska time on Tuesday, Nov. 8, but most races are not expected to be resolved on Election Night. Absentee, early and questioned ballots, which could be decisive, will continue to be tallied in the weeks after the election. The race will not be finalized until after ranked choice votes are retabulated on Nov. 23.

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Alaska Legislature (first-choice votes only)

Senate District A – Southeast Alaska except Juneau and Upper Lynn Canal (* denotes incumbent)Votes%
Bert Stedman (Republican) *8,90168.8%
Michael Sheldon (Republican)3,94130.5%
100% reporting
Senate District B – Juneau and Upper Lynn Canal (* denotes incumbent)Votes%
Jesse Kiehl (Democrat) *12,71595.8%
100% reporting
House District 1 – Ketchikan, Wrangell, Metlakatla, Coffman Cove (* denotes incumbent)Votes%
Dan Ortiz (Independent) *3,51352.4%
Jeremy Bynum (Republican)3,16947.3%
100% reporting
House District 2 Prince of Wales Island, Petersburg, Sitka, Hoonah, YakutatVotes%
Rebecca Himschoot (Independent)4,15058.3%
Kenny Skaflestad (Republican)2,94241.4%
100% reporting
House District 3 – Lynn Canal, Gustavus, Thunder Mountain, Mendenhall Glacier, Auke Bay (* denotes incumbent)Votes%
Andi Story (Democrat) *6,35195.4%
100% reporting
House District 4 – Juneau, Douglas, Lemon Creek, Glacier Valley, Thane (* denotes incumbent)Votes%
Sara Hannan (Democrat) *5,42779.2%
Darrell Harmon (Independent)1,33919.6%
100% reporting

Statewide candidates and propositions (first-choice votes only)