Alaska elections, 2012

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Alaska

The state of Alaska is holding elections on November 6, 2012.

What's on the Alaska Ballot in 2012
U.S. Senate Defeatedd
U.S. House (1 seat) Approveda
State Executives Defeatedd
State Senate (19 seats) Approveda
State House (40 seats) Approveda
Ballot measures (

4 measure)

Approveda

2012 Elections

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See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Alaska, 2012

Currently, Republicans hold the one at-large seat.

Members of the U.S. House from Alaska -- Partisan Breakdown
Party As of November 2012 After the 2012 Election
     Democratic Party 0 0
     Republican Party 1 1
Total 1 1

See also: Alaska State Senate elections, 2012

Heading into the election, partisan control is split in the state senate.

Alaska State Senate
Party As of November 5, 2012 After the 2012 Election
     Democratic Party 10 7
     Republican Party 10 13
Total 20 20


See also: Alaska House of Representatives elections, 2012

Heading into the election, Republicans maintain partisan control in the state house.

Alaska House of Representatives
Party As of November 5, 2012 After the 2012 Election
     Democratic Party 16 15
     Republican Party 24 25
Total 40 40

See also: Alaska 2012 ballot measures

The ballot measures certified are: August 28:

Type Title Subject Description Result
IndISS Ballot Measure 1 Taxes Act increasing the maximum residential property exemption. Approveda
IndISS Ballot Measure 2 Environment To establish a new coastal management program. Defeatedd

November 6:

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRSS Bonding Proposition A Bond issues General obligation bonds for the purpose of transportation projects. Approveda
ABR Ballot Measure 1 Constitutional conventions Would create a convention to revise, alter or amend the state constitution. Defeatedd

Eligibility to Vote

See also: Voting in the 2012 primary elections

Alaska is one of 21 states to use a strictly closed primary system. Voters must register to vote in the primary by July 29, 2012, which is 30 days before the primary takes place.[1] Alaska holds closed caucuses for both parties, but voters may change party affiliation at polls or caucus. (Information about registering to vote)

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