Who Represents Your School District?

Here’s a guide to the legislators who will represent each Alaska school district during the upcoming 2021 legislative session. School district boundaries vary from state electoral district boundaries, which can result in an individual school district having multiple Senators and Representatives, as well as an individual legislator representing multiple school districts.

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School District Legislative Representation

Alaska Gateway – Senator Bishop, Representative Cronk

Aleutian Region – Senator Hoffman, Representative Edgmon

Aleutians East Borough – Senator Hoffman, Representative Edgmon

Anchorage – Senators Reinbold, Wielechowski, Gray-Jackson, Begich, Costello, von Imhof, Revak, Holland. Representatives McCarty, Merrick, Nelson, Sponholtz, Josephson, Drummond, Tarr, Fields, Claman, Rasmussen, Tuck, McKay, Schrage, Shaw, Snyder, Kaufman.

Annette Island – Senator Stedman, Representative Ortiz

Bering Strait – Senator Olson, Representative Foster

Bristol Bay Borough – Senator Hoffman, Representative Edgmon

Chatham – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Chugach – Senator Shower, Representative Rauscher

Copper River – Senator Shower, Representative Rauscher

Cordova – Senator Stevens, Representative Stutes

Craig City – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss Tomkins

Delta/Greely – Senator Shower, Representative Rauscher

Denali Borough – Senator Bishop, Representative Cronk

Dillingham City – Senator Hoffman, Representative Edgmon

Fairbanks North Star Borough – Senators Kawasaki, Meyers, Bishop. Representatives LeBon, Thompson, Prax, Hopkins, Wool.

Galena City – Senator Olson, Representative Foster

Haines Borough – Senator Kiehl, Representative Hannan

Hoonah City – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Hydaburg City – Senator Stedman, Representative Ortiz

Iditarod Area – Senator Hoffman, Representative Edgmon

Juneau Borough – Senator Keihl, Representatives Hannan, Story

Kake City – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Kashunamuit – Senator Olson, Representative Foster

Kenai Peninsula Borough – Senators Micciche, Stevens. Representatives Carpenter, Gilham, Vance, Stutes.

Ketchikan Gateway Borough – Senator Stedman, Representative Ortiz

Klawock City – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Kodiak Island Borough – Senator Stevens, Representative Stutes

Kuspuk – Senator Hoffman, Representative Zulkosky

Lake and Peninsula Borough – Senator Hoffman, Representative Edgmon

Lower Kuskokwim – Senator Hoffman, Representative Zulkowsky

Lower Yukon – Senators Olson, Hoffman, Representatives Foster, Zulkowsky

Nenana City – Senator Bishop, Representative Cronk

Nome Public Schools – Senator Olson, Representative Foster

North Slope Borough – Senator Olson, Representative Patkotak

Northwest Arctic Borough – Senator Olson, Representative Patkotak

Pelican City – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Petersburg Borough – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Sitka – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Skagway – Senator Keihl, Representative Hannan

Southeast Island – Senator Stedman, Representative Kreiss-Tomkins

Southwest Region – Senator Hoffman, Representative Edgmon

St. Mary’s – Senator Olson, Representative Foster

Tanana City – Senator Bishop, Representative Cronk

Unalaska City – Senator Olson, Representative Edgmon

Valdez City – Senator Shower, Representative Rauscher

Yakutat – Senator Stevens, Representative Stutes

Yukon Flats – Senator Bishop, Representative Cronk

Yukon- Koyukuk – Senator Olson, Representatives Foster

Yupiit – Senator Hoffman, Representative Zulkowsky

Alaska School & Electoral District Boundaries Map

This Interactive map illustrates the boundaries of Alaska’s school districts, Senate electoral districts, and House electoral districts.

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Legislator Contact Information

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Each legislator’s Electoral District is listed in the left column (A-T and 1-40) with the School District(s) they represent listed after their name.

Senate

District

A – Scott Kawasaki (D – Fairbanks) – Fairbanks

B – Robert Myers Jr. (R – North Pole) – Fairbanks

C – Click Bishop (R – Fairbanks) – Alaska Gateway, Denali, Nenana, Tanana, Yukon Flats, Fairbanks

D – David Wilson (R – Wasilla) – Mat-Su

E – Mike Shower (R – Wasilla) – Chugach, Copper River, Delta-Greely, Valdez, Mat-Su

F – Shelley Hughes (R – Palmer) – Mat-Su

G – Lora Reinbold (R – Eagle River) – Anchorage

H – Bill Wielechowski (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

I – Elvi Gray-Jackson (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

J – Tom Begich – (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

K – Mia Costello (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

L – Natasha von Imhof (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

M – Josh Revak (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

N – Roger Holland (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

O – Peter Micciche (R – Soldotna) – Kenai 

P – Gary Stevens (R – Kodiak) – Cordova, Kodiak, Yalutat, Kenai

Q – Jesse Kiehl (D – Juneau) – Haines, Juneau, Skagway

R – Bert Stedman (R – Sitka) – Annette Island, Chatham, Craig, Hoonah, Hydaburg, Kake, Ketchikan, Klawock. Pelican, Petersburg, Sitka, Southeast Island

S – Lyman Hoffman (D – Bethel) – Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Dillingham, Iditarod, Kuspuk, Lake & Peninsula, Lower Kuskokwim, Southwest Region, Aleutian Region, Lower Yukon

T – Donny Olson (D – Nome) – Bering Strait, Galena, Kashunamuit, Lower Yukon, Nome, North Slope, Northwest Arctic, St. Mary’s, Unalaska, Yukon-Koyukuk

House

District

1 – Barton LaBon (R – Fairbanks) – Fairbanks

2 – Steve Thompson (R – Fairbanks) – Fairbanks

3 – Glenn Prax, (R – North Pole) – Fairbanks

4 – Grier Hopkins (D – Fairbanks) – Fairbanks

5 – Adam Wool (D – Fairbanks) – Fairbanks

6 – Mike Cronk (R – Healy) – Alaska Gateway, Denali, Nenana, Tanana, Yukon Flats

7 – Christopher Kurka (R – Wasilla) – Mat-Su

8 – Kevin McCabe (R – Big Lake) – Mat-Su

9 – George Rauscher (R – Sutton) – Chugach, Copper Center, Delta-Greely, Valdez. Mat-Su

10 – David Eastman (R – Wasilla) – Mat-Su

11 – DeLena Johnson (R – Palmer) – Mat-Su

12 – Cathy Tilton (R – Wasilla) – Mat-Su

13 – Ken McCarty (R – Eagle River) – Anchorage

14 – Kelly Merrick (R – Eagle River) – Anchorage

15 – David Nelson (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

16 – Ivy Spohnholz (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

17 – Andy Josephson (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

18 – Harriett Drummond (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

19 – Geran Tarr (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

20 – William “Zack” Fields (D-Anchorage) – Anchorage

21 – Matt Claman – (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

22 – Sara Rasmussen (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

23 – Chris Tuck (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

24 – Thomas McKay (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

25 – Calvin Schrage (N – Anchorage) – Anchorage

26 – Laddie Shaw (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

27 – Liz Snyder (D – Anchorage) – Anchorage

28 – James Kaufman (R – Anchorage) – Anchorage

29 – Benjamin Carpenter (R – Kenai) – Kenai

30 – Ron Gilham (R – Kenai) – Kenai

31 – Sarah Vance (R – Homer) – Kenai

32 – Louise Stutes (R – Kodiak) – Cordova, Kodiak, Yakutat, Kenai

33 – Sara Hannan (D – Douglas) – Haines, Juneau, Skagway

34 – Andi Story (D – Juneau) – Juneau

35 – Jonathan Kriess-Tomkins (D – Sitka) – Chatham, Craig, Hoonah, Kake, Klawock. Pelican, Petersburg. Sitka, Southeast Island

36 – Dan Ortiz – (NA – Ketchikan) – Annette Island, Hydaburg, Ketchikan

37 – Bryce Edgmon (I – Dillingham) – Aleutians East, Bristol Bay, Diliingham, Iditarod, Lake & Peninsula, Southwest Region, Unalaska, Aleutian Region

38 Tiffany Zulkosky (D – Bethel) – Kuspuk, Lower Kuskokwim, Lower Yukon

39 – Neal Foster (D – Nome) – Bering Strait, Galena, Kashunamuit, Lower Yukon, Nome, St. Mary’s, Yukon-Koyukuk

40 – Josiah Patkotak (I – Kotzebue) – North Slope, Northwest Arctic, Yukon-Koyukuk