Greg Madden

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   The latest results for House District 31 from the State of Alaska Division of Elections show Rep. Sarah Vance with a solid 2,200 vote lead over challenger Kelly Cooper. With nine of nine precincts reporting, Vance has 3,711 votes, or 70 percent, to Cooper’s 1,571, or 30 percent. 

Smithsonian Institute

This week, District P. incumbent Republican Senator Gary Stevens of Kodiak and challenger Greg Madden of Soldotna, representing the Alaska Independence Party, take questions from the listeners and talk about their candidacies, the budget, education, the PFD and State response to COVID-19.
Election day is Tuesday, November 3. Early, in person and absentee voting are underway. For information about voting on the Kenai Peninsula, click on the links to contact your local city or borough clerk.

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      Preliminary Primary Election results show close races and a number of upsets brewing across the state. On the Kenai Peninsula, there’s a little bit of that drama, even though two incumbent state representatives are running unopposed.

Two challengers for incumbent Senator

Aug 18, 2020
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There are three candidates vying for the nod in Senate District P. Incumbent Sen. Gary Stevens of Kodiak is facing two challengers.
    John Cox is an Anchor Point store owner who is seeking office for the second time.
    “My first promise to you, the listeners and the voters, which is that I will never be a career politician,” Cox said. “I never even dreamed of it. And in fact, it's my worst nightmare.”