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Unalaska’s 2022 city council candidates forum: City Council Seat C and Seat D

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On this year’s ballot for Unalaska’s Municipal Election, there are three city council seats up for grabs, including the seat for mayor.

Brenda Baker is challenging incumbent Darin Nicholson for Seat C; incumbent Daneen Looby is running unopposed for Seat D; and Vice Mayor Dennis Robinson is challenging incumbent Mayor Vince Tutiakoff, Sr. for Seat A, which holds the office of mayor.

In this first part, Daneen Looby and Darin Nicholson discuss the cost of living, airfare, and the future of Unalaska. Brenda Baker was unable to attend due to a family emergency, but she provided a statement that was read during the time for closing statements.

Take a listen to this year’s forum above. You can find more information on the Oct. 4 election here.

The City Council Forum will rebroadcast on Friday, Sept. 23 at noon. The school board forum will rebroadcast over KUCB 89.7 FM on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at noon. Both forums will rebroadcast back-to-back on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 4 p.m.

Starting on Oct. 1 we will run the forums every night at 7 p.m. until Election Day.

Theo Greenly reports from the Aleutians as a Report for America corps member. He got his start in public radio at KCRW in Santa Monica, California, and has produced radio stories and podcasts for stations around the country.
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  • Polls will be open at City Hall from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m on Election Day, October 4.

    Starting September 14, early and absentee voting is available in person at City Hall, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. up until Election Day.

    You can also vote by mail, email or fax if you apply with the City Clerk. If you vote by mail, applications are due September 26; applications to vote by email or fax are due before noon October 3.

    If you can’t vote it in person October 4, due to illness or physical disability, you can appoint a representative to pick up a ballot for you.

    For more information, call the City Clerk at 907-581-1251.

    Here’s what’s on the ballot: Unalaskans will vote for Mayor, two City Council seats, and two school board seats.