4th Alaska State Legislature

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The Fourth Alaska State Legislature served from January 25, 1965, to January 22, 1967.

Senate[edit]

Senate members[edit]

District Name Party Location
A James Nolan Dem Wrangell
Frank Peratrovich Dem Klawock
B Robert H. Ziegler, Sr. Dem Ketchikan
C Howard C. Bradshaw Dem Sitka
D Richard L. Peter Dem Juneau
E Nicholas J. Begich Dem Spenard
Howard W. Pollock Rep Anchorage
F Harold Z. Hansen Dem Cordova
G Brad Phillips Rep Anchorage
H Yule F. Kilcher Dem Homer
I Alfred A. Owen Dem Uganik Bay
J John Butrovich, Jr. Rep Fairbanks
Robert J. McNealy Dem Fairbanks
K David C. Harrison Dem Dillingham
L Grant H. Pearson Dem Nenana
M John B. "Dixie" Hall Dem Fairbanks
N Robert R. Blodgett Dem Teller
Neal W. Foster Dem Nome
O Eben Hopson Dem Barrow
P Pearse M. Walsh Dem Nome

Senate leadership[edit]

  • Senate President: Robert J. McNealy (D-Fairbanks)
  • Majority Leader: Frank Peratrovich (D-Fairbanks)
  • Minority Leader: Brad Phillips (R-Anchorage)

Senate committee assignments[edit]

  • Commerce
    • Nolan (chair), Foster, Ziegler, Hansen, Pollock
  • Finance
    • Bradshaw (chair), Blodgett, Harrison, Walsh, Kilcher, Phillips, Peter
  • Health, Welfare and Education
    • Hall (chair), Ziegler, Begich, Hopson, Phillips
  • Judiciary
    • Ziegler (chair), Nolan, Hall, Begich, Pollock
  • Labor and Management
    • Foster (chair), Pearson, Hansen, Owen, Phillips
  • Local Government
    • Hansen (chair), Hopson, Peter, Pearson, Pollock
  • Resources
    • Kilcher (chair), Peratrovich, Harrison, Foster, Butrovich
  • Rules
    • Peratrovich (chair), Bradshaw, Hall, Walsh, Pollock
  • State Affairs
    • Harrison (chair), Blodgett, Peter, Owen, Butrovich

House[edit]

House members[edit]

District Name Party Location
1 William K. Boardman Rep Ketchikan
Lucille Pinkerton Dem Ketchikan
2 Ernest J. Haugen Rep Petersburg
3 John W. O'Connell Dem Sitka
4 Elton E. Engstrom, Jr. Rep Juneau
Bill Ray Dem Juneau
5 Frank See Dem Hoonah
6 Robert I. Ditman Dem Valdez
7 Jalmar M. Kerttula Dem Palmer
8 Carl F. Brady Rep Anchorage
Bernard J. "Pop" Carr, Sr. Dem Anchorage
Mike Gravel Dem Anchorage
Gene Guess Dem Spenard
Earl D. Hillstrand Dem Anchorage
Joseph P. Josephson Dem Anchorage
Bruce Kendall Rep Anchorage
Carl F. Lottsfeldt Dem Anchorage
William J. Moran[1] Dem Anchorage
Homer Moseley[2] Dem Anchorage
M. D. Plotnick Dem Anchorage
John L. Rader Dem Anchorage
Charles J. Sassara, Jr. Dem Anchorage
Ted Stevens Rep Anchorage
Harold D. Strandberg Rep Anchorage
9 Irwin L. Metcalf Dem Seward
10 Clem V. Tillion Rep Halibut Cove
11 Bill M. Poland Dem Kodiak
12 Carl E. Moses Rep King Cove
13 Joseph E. McGill Dem Dillingham
14 Raymond C. Christiansen Dem Bethel
15 Norbert H. Skinner Dem Clear
16 Barry W. Jackson Dem Fairbanks
Walter H. LeFevre Dem Fairbanks
R. S. McCombe Dem Chicken
Edmund N. Orbeck Dem Fairbanks
Robert E. Sheldon Dem Fairbanks
Warren A. Taylor Dem Fairbanks
Sigurd Wold Rep Fairbanks
17 Jacob A. Stalker Dem Kotzebue
18 Thomas J. Balone Dem Nome
19 Axel C. Johnson Dem Emmonak

House leadership[edit]

  • Speaker of the House: Mike Gravel (D-Anchorage)
  • Majority Leader: Robert I. Ditman (D-Valdez)
  • Minority Leader: William K. Boardman (R-Ketchikan)

House committee assignments[edit]

  • Commerce
    • Moseley (chair), Guess, Plotnick, Pinkerton, Hillstrand, Boardman, Brady
  • Finance
    • Kerttula (chair), Ray, Balone, Sassara, Jackson, Strandberg, Haugen
  • Health, Welfare and Education
    • Pinkerton (chair), Johnson, Metcalf, Sheldon, Plotnick, Rader, Tillion, Moses, Wold
  • Judiciary
    • Guess (chair), Josephson, Metcalf, Hillstrand, Taylor, Tillion, Stevens
  • Labor and Management
    • See (chair), Orbeck, Josephson, Johnson, McGill, Kendall, Engstrom
  • Local Government
    • Poland (chair), O'Connell, Stalker, Lottsfeldt, Rader, Engstrom, Wold
  • Resources
    • Christiansen (chair), McCombe, Stalker, Skinner, McGill, Poland, Sheldon, See, Tillion, Moses, Brady
  • Rules
    • Taylor (chair), Ditman, LeFevre, Josephson, Carr, Boardman, Kendall
  • State Affairs
    • LeFevre (chair), Carr, O'Connell, Lottsfeldt, Skinner, Orbeck, Engstrom, Stevens, Boardman

References[edit]

General

Specific and Notes

  1. ^ Appointed on February 1, 1966 to replace Moseley.
  2. ^ Resigned on January 31, 1966 to accept appointment to the Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.