Alaska Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

Last Modified: August 9, 2016 at 8:07 am

Find Latest Alaska  Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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The U.S. state of Alaska is divided into 19 organized boroughs and one "Unorganized Borough". Alaska and Louisiana are the only states that do not call their first-order administrative subdivisions counties (Louisiana uses parishes instead).

Alaska Presidential Election Result By County state district party

Borough FIPS County Code Borough seat Class Established Origin Density Population Area
Aleutians East Borough 13 Sand Point Second 1987 0.45 3,141 6,988 sq mi
Municipality of Anchorage 20 (Consolidated Unified Home Rule 1964/1975 Anchorage Borough formed in 1964, merged with city in 1975 to form unified city-borough 171.18 2,91,826 1,697 sq mi
Bristol Bay Borough 60 Naknek Second 1962 1.98 997 505 sq mi
Denali Borough 68 Healy Home Rule 1990 0.14 1,826 12,750 sq mi
Fairbanks North Star Borough 90 Fairbanks Second 1964 13.3 97,581 7,366 sq mi
Haines Borough 100 (Consolidated Home Rule 1968 1.08 2,508 2,344 sq mi
City and Borough of Juneau 110 (Consolidated Unified Home Rule 1970 The City of Juneau merged with the City of Douglas and the surrounding borough to form the municipality 11.58 31,275 2,716 sq mi
Kenai Peninsula Borough 122 Soldotna Second 1964 3.45 55,400 16,013 sq mi
Ketchikan Gateway Borough 130 Ketchikan Second 1963 2.77 13,477 4,840 sq mi
Kodiak Island Borough 150 Kodiak Second 1963 2.08 13,592 6,560 sq mi
Lake and Peninsula Borough 164 King Salmon Home Rule 1989 0.07 1,631 23,782 sq mi
Matanuska-Susitna Borough 170 Palmer Second 1964 3.62 88,995 24,682 sq mi
North Slope Borough 185 Barrow Home Rule 1972 0.11 9,430 88,817 sq mi
Northwest Arctic Borough 188 Kotzebue Home Rule 1986 In 1986, residents of Kotzebue and 10 other area villages voted to form the Northwest Arctic Borough (with boundaries coincident with those of NANA), to be economically based on taxing the Red Dog mine, then under development. 0.21 7,523 35,898 sq mi
Petersburg Borough 195 Petersburg Home Rule 2013 Incorporated after voters approved borough formation in December 2012. 1.16 3,273 3,829 sq mi
City and Borough of Sitka 220 (Consolidated Unified Home Rule 1971 3.09 8,881 2,874 sq mi
Municipality of Skagway 230 First 2007 2.14 968 452 sq mi
Unorganized Borough 1961 The Borough Act of 1961 created The Unorganized Boroughincluding all of Alaska not within a Unified, Home rule, First class or Second class borough. 0.24 78,149 323,440 sq mi
City and Borough of Wrangell 275 (Consolidated Unified Home Rule 2008 formerly part of Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area 0.93 2,369 2,570 sq mi
City and Borough of Yakutat 282 (Consolidated Home Rule 1992 0.09 662 7,650 sq mi
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