Who are my Legislators?
This page provided by the Legislature has handy information.
This online booklet also has much contact information.
Click here for a list of all current legislators and their office phone numbers.
At one time, one single email address could be used to email all legislators “in one fell swoop.” But legislators were inundated with emails from Alaskans who wanted a say in state policy—you can imagine they made that email address disappear quickly.
To email one single legislator, use this simple formula:
“Sen” for Senator or “Rep” for Representative followed by a dot/period,
followed by First Name, then another dot/period,
then Last name, then akleg.gov (for Alaska Legislature – Government).
So Senator John Doe will be Sen.John.Doe@akleg.gov.
Representative Jane Smith will be Rep.Jane.Smith@akleg.gov.
Do not think you can contact only your geographic representative or senator. Contact any/all legislators relevant to the policy you are commenting on. If you are unsure, contact us, and we’ll help you.
Your Geographic Legislators
The state does not make it easy to determine your district and thus which legislators represent you.
If you are a registered voter, the easiest ways are to look on your voter ID card or call the state division of elections at 866-952-8683. First, you’ll need to get your district number (House) and letter (Senate). Then look on this page to see which representative and senator currently serve your district.
You can also contact us with your address, and we will use an internal tool to help you identify your district and legislators.
- Contact Your Legislator
- Citizens Guide to the Alaska Constitution
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Legislative Process in Alaska
- Legislative Committees
- Legislative Website
The Legislature offers several ways to track bills.
By Text – In order to receive bill updates via text, send a bill number (for example, HB1, SB30) to 559-245-2529. You will receive a confirmation and instructions.
By Email – The Bill Tracking Management Facility (BTMF) allows you to track the status of bills as they pass through the legislative process. You will need to create an account and add the bills you want to track via this link.