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Session Office

January 18 - April 15

  • Phone: 907.465.6600
  • State Capitol Room 11
  • Juneau AK, 99801

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April 20 - January 15

  • Phone: 907.376.3370
  • 600 E. Railroad Ave
  • Wasilla AK, 99654-8135

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In the News

Sen. Dunleavy Grateful Parental Rights Now Explicit in State Law

Senator Mike Dunleavy expressed appreciation today for Governor Bill Walker’s decision to allow House Bill 156 to become law...  Full Story >>

Alaska must cut $800 million

Just look at California or Illinois. Their response to revenue issues has been to increase taxes and user fees.
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Voting Record & Rationale

This is a complied list of votes on passed legislation during the 29th legislative term.  Includes the the ideas behind each bill and the reasoning of my vote on each measure.

Alaska Must Cut More Spending

Alaska must cut spending by $800 million for sustainable budget and kids' future

This generation of politicians will need to answer one very important question: Will we ensure our children and grandchildren have the same opportunities in Alaska that we were afforded? Change is never easy; that's equally true whether it's change we choose or that which is thrust upon us.  Read More >

Senator Mike DunleavyAmendment Proposed to Strengthen Constitutional Spending Limit

JUNEAU – An amendment to Alaska’s Constitution was introduced today that would – if approved by a majority of Alaska voters – strengthen the constitutional appropriation limit enacted by voters in 1982, and reaffirmed in 1986.  Full Story >>

 

Senator Mike DunleavySen. Dunleavy Offers Path to Fiscal Sustainability

WASILLA – Today, Senator Mike Dunleavy (R-Mat-Su & Copper River valleys) released a blueprint for Alaska to achieve a sustainable budget within four years.  Full Story >>

 

Senator Mike DunleavySen. Dunleavy: From the Permanent Fund, Governor’s Budget Proposes Largest Fund Draw in State History

WASILLA – Sen. Mike Dunleavy (R-Mat-Su & Copper River valleys) released the following statement today regarding Gov. Bill Walker’s release of his budget proposal yesterday.  Full Story >>

 

Senator Mike DunleavySen. Dunleavy Announces Bill to Restore 2016 PFD Checks

ANCHORAGE – Today, Sen. Mike Dunleavy (R-Mat-Su & Copper River valleys) announced a bill to restore the Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) amount to $2,052, as originally calculated by the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC).  Full Story >>

 

Personal Profile

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Senator
Mike Dunleavy

District E, Republican

Occupation

  • Educator

Length of Residency in Alaska

  • Alaskan since 1983

Communities Lived In

  • Koyuk
  • Fairbanks
  • Kotzebue
  • Wasilla

Education

  • Graduated Scranton Central High School 1979
  • Graduated College Misericordia B.A. History 1983.
  • Educational Endorsement Program College Misericordia 1984
  • Masters in Education UAF 1992
  • Superintendent Endorsement Program UAA 1997

Political and Government Positions

  • Mat-Su Borough School District Board Member
  • Former Mat-Su School Board President
  • Chair of Governor Parnell’s Education Transition Team 2010

Senate Committees

  • Chair, Senate State Affairs
  • Member, Senate Finance Committee
  • Chair, Senate Budget Subcommittee on Education
  • Chair, Senate Budget Subcommittee on Administration
  • Chair, Senate Budget Subcommittee on Law
  • Member, Senate Special Committee on the Arctic

Business and Professional Positions:

  • Public school teacher
  • Principal
  • Superintendent of schools
  • Director of K-12 Outreach University of Alaska Statewide
  • Project Manager Alaska Teacher Mentor Project
  • Educational Consultant Dunleavy Educational Services

Service Organization(s) Membership

  • Sacred Heart Catholic Church
  • Life Member NRA
  • Alaska Outdoor Council
  • Association of Alaska School Boards
  • Iditarod
  • Association of Alaska School Administrators.
  • Member, Delta Junction Chamber of Commerce
  • Member, Delta Junction Chapter of the Alaska Farm Bureau
  • Member, Talkeetna Chamber of Commerce
  • Safari Club International

Special Interests

Family, Volunteering, Rafting, Snowmachining, Fishing, Camping, Hiking, Hunting, Horses, Mules, Dogs

 

30th Legislature Personal Bills

SB 1 ~ PFD Restoration Act

SB 1 and SB 2 restores the vetoed portion of the 2016 Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) to every eligible Alaskan in the amount of approximately $1,030. Since 1981, Alaskans have received a dividend check as calculated by the statutory formula; this is the first time in history that the calculated amount has been denied.

SB 2 ~ PFD Restoration Act

SB 1 and SB 2 restores the vetoed portion of the 2016 Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) to every eligible Alaskan in the amount of approximately $1,030. Since 1981, Alaskans have received a dividend check as calculated by the statutory formula; this is the first time in history that the calculated amount has been denied.