There will be at least one name on the ballot for Kodiak City Council during October’s election. Until today (Thursday), no one had declared their candidacy for either of the open seats on the city council.
Councilman Terry Haines turned in his petition for re-election this morning, and it was certified by City Clerk Deb Marlar.
Haines said he’s seen fellow councilman Randy Bishop collecting signatures on his petition to appear on the ballot, but as of noon, it had not been turned in or certified.
The deadline to file for a city council seat – or any of the Kodiak Island Borough election races – is 4:30 Friday afternoon.
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