Former Rep. Colleen Sullivan-Leonard has won back a seat on the Wasilla City Council, where she served before being elected to the Alaska House of Representatives in 2016.
Sullivan-Leonard decided not to run again for House last year, and then filed for City Council. Sullivan-Leonard won over Jordan Rausa, who had been appointed by the seat after the death of Mike Dryden.
Turnout was weak, about 7 percent. 69.6% of the vote went for Sullivan-Leonard for Seat A.
Also winning a seat for Wasilla City Council is Stuart Graham, who was challenged by Dajonee Hale. Graham won 80% of the vote for Seat B.
Graham was elected to
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