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State of Alaska - Division of Elections
2002 Alaska Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 8/27/02,
List of State Parties,
Governor, 65% in '98, Tony Knowles (D) barred from third term,
Lt. Gov. Fran Ulmer (D) 91.63%, Michael J. Beasley (D) 4.82%, '82 candidate Bruce J. Lemke (D) 3.55%, U.S. Sen. Frank H. Murkowski (R) 69.65%, attorney / gun rights activist Wayne Anthony Ross (R) 26.9%, hotel owner / '98 Governor candidate Brad "Common Man" Snowden (R) 2.2%, Eric E. Wieler (R) 1.25%, retired bush pilot / '98 Democratic candidate Don Wright (AK/I) 34.74%, ex-Dem. St. Rep. Nels Anderson, Jr. (AK/I) 27.11%, military retiree John Wayne Glotfelty (AK/I) 18.15%, retired electronics technician Harolad A. "Sandy" Haldane (AK/I) 9.22%, Casey Cockerham (AK/I) 6.59%, Samuel Acevedo Fevos, Sr. (AK/I) 4.18%,
'98 nominee / AK Native activist Erica L. "Desa" Jacobsson (G), Billy Toien (L), Dawn M. Mendias (RM),
Lt. Governor - Tied with Gov., Fran Ulmer (D) running for Gov.,
businessman Ernest E. "Ernie" Hall (D), St. Sen. Loren D. Leman (R) 29.05%, Wasilla Mayor Sarah Palin (R) 26.81%, '98 GOP endorsed candidate / St. Sen. / ex-Judge Robin L. Taylor (R) 22.76%, St. Rep. Gail Phillips (R) 18.99%, Paul R. "Bubba" Wieler (R) 2.39%, Daniel DeNardo (AK/I), playwright Diane E. Benson (G), hemp legalization activist Alvin A. "Al" Anders (L),
Senator, 77.4% in '96, 3rd term,
perennial candidate / attorney / ex-St. Sen. Frank J. Vondersaar (D) 66.92%, ex-school board member / '96 nominee Theresa Nangle Obermeyer (D) 33.08%, Theodore "Ted" Stevens (R) 88.89%, paralegal / ex-construction worker Mike Aubrey (R) 11.11%, '90 & '94 Governor nominee James L. "Jim" Sykes (G) 77.53%, publishing co. distribution manager Thomas M. Higgins (G) 22.47%,
Leonard J. "Len" Karpinski (L), aircraft mechanic / '00 Congressional nominee / conservative activist Jim Dore (AK/I),
At-Large Congressional District, 70.16% in '00, 15th term
2000 nominee / paralegal Clifford Mark Greene (D) 64.69%, '00 candidate Dae Miles (D) 35.31%, Donald E. "Don" Young (R), mathematician Russell F. DeForest (G), Rob Clift (L),

1. Key to Alaska Political Parties:
(AK/I) = Alaskan Independence Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(RM) = Republican Moderate

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