View unofficial results from the 2024 Anchorage city election

Apr. 3—Anchorage voters will elect a mayor and three school board candidates, and decide the fate of nine bonds and propositions, in this year's municipal election.

Ballots will continue to arrive at the elections center by mail after election day on Tuesday, April 2. It will take several more days for ballots to be processed and tallied for voters to get a fuller picture of the returns.

Based on unofficial results, the race for mayor is heading to a second round of voting in May. To win the mayor's race outright, a candidate needs at least 45% of the vote. If no candidate reaches that threshold, the top two vote-getters will advance to a head-to-head runoff election.

As ballots continue to be counted, updates on preliminary returns will typically be posted by 6:30 p.m. in the days following the election, according to city officials. Results are scheduled to be certified on April 23, based on the city's election calendar.

We'll update this page of preliminary results as more ballots are counted. (You can hover over or tap on each bar of results to view the number of votes, in addition to the percentage.)