A quick summary of election results: With about 95% of precincts reporting, Luke Hopkins leads for Borough Mayor, Van Lawerence for Assembly seat A, Katheryn Dodge for seat F, and Lance Roberts for seat G.
On Fairbanks Propositions, big lead for "yes" votes on revenue cap Prop 1, and assembly composition Prop 2; Prop 3 – denying the borough control over home heating — is closer with Yes at 53%, no at 47.
School board voting so far, again with about 95% of precincts reporting, Seat A looks good for Lisa Hall, and Heidi Haas was unopposed for seat B.
Fairbanks City council: with just shy of 87% of precincts reporting, the lead for seat A is held by Renee Staley, Seat B looks good for Perry Walley.
And Fairbanks Proposition A on utility agreements gets an big YES vote.
Moving out to North Pole, still only 33% of precincts reporting – right now Bryce Ward has the lead for Mayor, Sharron Hunter and Michelle Sikma lead for North Pole City Council.
And so far, again with 33% of precincts in, North Pole's Prop A on the utility loan is a very solid yes.