Juneau voters may have shouted "No," but their voices appear to have been drowned out by the rest of the state.
By Wednesday afternoon, the Alaska Division of Elections had finished tallying votes cast in Tuesday's statewide primary.
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• At 1:24 a.m.
Juneau and Douglas' 13 precincts were bustling with voters Tuesday, with several precincts blowing 2012's primary turnout out of the water before the end of the day. At 6:30 p.m., 818 people had cast regular ballots at Northern Light United Church.
It was a good night to be named Dan Sullivan.
It'll be former Alaska Attorney General Dan Sullivan versus Sen. Mark Begich in November, while Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan will face off with Hollis French for lieutenant governor.
A Washington man was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on Tuesday for supplying heroin to a Ketchikan drug ring in 2011 and 2012.
Judge Timothy Burgess imposed the sentence for Wayne Gary Sherman, 43, during a hearing in U.S.
A 45-year-old Juneau resident was sentenced to six years in prison on Tuesday for threatening a man with a gun during an altercation over drugs at the Coho Park Apartments in December, an event that ended badly for James Depasquale III since the threatened man then shot him in self-defense.
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