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The polls have closed, but it's still too close to call for half of Unalaska's municipal races.

Tuesday's election set a new record for voter turnout. But with about 80 absentee and questioned ballots outstanding, City Clerk Cat Hazen said several races could go to runoffs, including mayor and City Council Seat C.

"There's a significant number of ballots that'll be canvassed on Friday — certainly enough to make a difference in the final results," said Hazen.

Laura Kraegel/KUCB

With about 80 absentee and questioned ballots, it's too close to call for many of Unalaska's municipal races.

City officials will canvass on Friday to account for the outstanding ballots.

In the meantime, check out the preliminary results below and the full story on the 2016 municipal election.

MAYOR

Chrissy Roes/KUCB

The City of Unalaska is looking for a new Director of Parks, Culture, and Recreation. That's because current director D. Tyrell McGirt has res​igned after a decade on the island.

"It's time," said McGirt. "I'm moving into the next chapter of my life, I'm getting married in December, and my fiancé and I are looking to start the next chapter of our lives in a place that's new and different for both of us."

KUCB

City Council Forum

  • Thursday, September 29, 1 PM (TV & Radio)
  • Saturday, October 1, 4 PM (TV & Radio)
  •  Monday, October 3, 6pm (TV only)

Mayoral Forum

  • Friday, September 30, 1 PM (TV & Radio)
  • Sunday, October 2, 4 PM (TV & Radio) 
  • Monday October 3, 8pm (TV only)

 

Council Seat A (Mayor): Vincent Tutiakoff

Sep 21, 2016
Courtesy Photo

Vincent M. Tutiakoff, Sr. has since 2011 been employed by the Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska as the Cultural Camp Coordinator. He has also been the owner of LV Tech, a construction and IT small business, since 2002. He worked in Adak from 1997 to 2010, and was the manager/owner of the Aleutian Sports Bar & Grill from 2005 to 2009. Vincent M. Tutiakoff, Sr. has also served for the past fifteen years as a director of The Aleut Corporation.

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