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11/04/2014 09:33 am ET Updated Jan 04, 2015

After Costly Campaigns, Much Hangs in Balance as Alaskans Go to Polls

Alaskans go to the polls today to settle the costliest election in the state's history -- one in which voters will select the next governor, a U.S. senator and its lone representative in the U.S. House.

Alaskans will also approve or reject measures to legalize marijuana and raise the minimum wage, pick state representatives and senators, and decide whether to leave in place an Anchorage law that limits the power of the city's public sector unions.

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