Big early vote as runoff campaign concludes with election

Elections officials in Alaska reported record-breaking early voting numbers Monday in the Anchorage mayoral runoff between Amy Demboski and Ethan Berkowitz that has rapidly taken turns both bruising and bizarre, Alaska Dispatch News reports. 

A day before polls were to open Tuesday, people were still lining up at early voting stations to cast in-person “absentee” ballots. Since early voting started April 22, more than 11,100 people have cast votes — far surpassing the record set only last month in the April 7 municipal election, said deputy municipal clerk Amanda Moser. The runoff is a result of that election, since no candidate received the 45 percent minimum of votes required to win outright.

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