Alaska 2012 General Election Results By District.


Districts are colored by the party affiliation of the candidates voted in. Two Republican candidates equal red, two Democrats equal blue and districts that elected a combination of Republican and Democratic candidates are purple. Click to see the who is representing each district. (Zoom in for more detail.)

Live Blog: Analysis of Alaska’s Races

Dave Donaldson | Nov. 6, 2012

This blog will give you one more look at the results of the Alaska elections Tuesday night as the votes are being counted.

While there are only a few statewide elements to watch,  one question will hang around unanswered for several days:  Will the Senate be run by a bi-partisan coalition for the next two years?

Live Blog: Results from around Alaska

Ed Schoenfeld and Jeremy Hsieh | Nov. 6, 2012

While Juneau races lack opponents, three other districts in the region have competitive campaigns. The tightest is the Sitka-and-Haines-plus-Southeast-Islands House District 34. The Ketchikan-Wrangell House District 33 is also hard-fought. And Senate District Q, for most towns outside Juneau, is of interest. I’ll provide results, behind-the-scenes information, and analysis.

Gavel Alaska’s Jeremy Hsieh will be posting reports from races around the state including updates on Fairbanks and Anchorage results.

Live Blog: Results around the U.S.

PBS News Stations | Nov. 6, 2012

Coverage of the election around the nation from stations participating in PBS NewsHour live coverage.