State Capitol, Room 103
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Phone: (907) 465-4949
Fax: (907) 465-4979
Toll Free Phone
Anchorage-Eagle River only
PO Box 142
Eagle River, AK 99577
Phone: (907) 694-4949
Fax: (907) 694-4948
Elected to the House 1976, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1990
Elected to the Senate 1992, 1994, 1998
Date/Place of Birth: 8/30/50; Seattle, WA
Occupation: Marketing, Research
Children: Christopher, Matthew
Residency in Alaska: Juneau, 1950-52; Anchorage
(Nunaka Valley), 1956-62; Eagle River, 1962-present.
Education: High School - Chugiak, 1965-69;
College - Alaska Methodist University, 1973, B.A. Political
Political and Government Positions: State
Senator, 1993-present; State Representative, 1977-92; Member,
Senate Finance Committee; Vice-Chair, Legislative Budget & Audit,
Committee; Member, State Affairs Committee and Community and Regional Affairs Committee.
Business and Professional Positions:
Self-employed, 1988-present; Owner, Northern Family Home Video,
1985-87; Marketing Research, Gamel Homes, 1982-84; Contract
Administrative Assistant, Quadrant Development, 1981; Bell,
Herring & Associates, 1980; Tryck, Nyman & Hayes,
Service Organization(s) Membership: Elks; Board
of Directors, Eagle River Fine Arts Academy; 1996 Chugiak-Eagle
River Arctic Winter Games.
Special Interests: Fishing, baseball, hockey, my
cabin, and my 1969 Plymouth Road Runner.
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Area Legislators to Hold Public Hearing., 01-05-01
21st Alaska State Legislature 2nd Session Republican-led Majority Adjornment Press Packet - Continuing the Commitment that's Working for Alaska!, 05-03-00
Legislature Approves Funding for State Employee Contracts - Separate Bill Provides Pay Increase
for Non-Union State Employees., 05-06-00
= John Torgerson, 39 K
House Funds State Employee Contracts - Majority's "Commitment to Alaska"
Intact - Administration Finds Last-Minute Money, Avoiding Labor Strife., 05-05-00
= Eldon Mulder, 74 K
= Eldon Mulder, 42 K
= Eldon Mulder, 120 K
Making Alaska’s Government Work for Alaskans 21st Legislature Adjourns, Leaving a Smaller,
Smarter State Government and a Safer, Stronger Alaska., 05-03-00
= Brian Porter, 73 K
= Brian Porter, 62 K
= Brian Porter, 80 K
= Eldon Mulder, 106 K
= Eldon Mulder, 98 K
= Gene Therriualt, 69 K
= Sean Parnell, 73 K
= Drue Pearce, 49 K
= Drue Pearce, 23 K
$302 Million Bond Package Funds Critical School Needs - Collaborative Effort Addresses
University, Ports & Harbors, 05-03-00
= John Torgerson, 59 K
Survey Shows Some Alaskans Support Education and Oppose Increased Taxes, 03-03-00
Anchorage Legislators to Hold First Saturday Legislative Public Hearings, 01-14-00
Survey Shows Northeast Anchorage/Ft. Richardson/Eagle River Residents
Support Cutting Budget, Using "Excess Earnings" of the Permanent
Senator Randy Phillips to Lead Team Writing Resources and Veterans Budgets,
Senate Finance Committee Scrutinizes Knowles' $19.3 Million
Y2K Funding Request; 02-01-99
= Sean Parnell, 50 K
Employees' Wage and Benefit Survey Released -
Compensation Shown to be "Extremely
Senator Randy Phillips' 1997 and 1998 Press Release Archive
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Prime Sponsor of the Following Legislation
: An Act relating to the combination of grades that constitute junior
high, middle, or secondary school.
| Sponsor Statement |
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Co-Sponsor of the Following Legislation
: Passed! Chapter 120, SLA 2000
An Act making a special appropriation in an amount not to exceed $250,000,000 from the
earnings reserve account to the principal of the permanent fund; and providing for an effective date.
: Passed! Chapter 7, SLA 1999
An Act relating to a state employment preference for certain members
of the Alaska National Guard.
: Passed! Chapter 114, SLA 2000
An Act relating to a school disciplinary and safety program; and providing for an effective date.
: Passed! Chapter 67, SLA 2000
An Act relating to the creation of an aggravating factor for the commission of domestic violence in the physical presence or hearing of a child.
: Passed! Chapter 23, SLA 2000
An Act requiring that certain health care insurers provide coverage for treatment of diabetes.
: Passed! Legislative Resolve 4
Relating to new evaluation and selection criteria for military base
realignment and closure actions.
: Passed! Chapter 54, SLA 1999
An Act relating to the crimes of murder, solicitation to commit
murder in the first degree, conspiracy to commit murder in the first degree,
manslaughter, and criminally negligent homicide; relating to homicides of
children; relating to registration as a sex offender or child kidnapper; relating to
the crime of interference with custody of a child or incompetent person; and
providing for an effective date.
: Passed! Chapter 22, SLA 1999
An Act relating to the calculation of employee contributions and
credited service in the public employees' retirement system for noncertificated
employees of school districts, regional educational attendance areas, the
special education service agency, the Alaska Vocational Technical Center, and
the state boarding schools; and providing for an effective date.
: Passed! Chapter 16, SLA 1999
An Act naming the Terry Miller Legislative Office Building.
: Passed! Chapter 78, SLA 1999
An Act relating to school crisis response planning.
: Passed! Chapter 22, SLA 2000
An Act naming the Alaska Native Veterans' Honor Bridge.
: Passed! Legislative Resolve 7
Supporting the responsible development of the Tulsequah Chief Mine
through the cooperative effort of Alaska and British Columbia and urging
Governor Knowles to withdraw his request for a referral of the Tulsequah
Chief Mine to the International Joint Commission under the Boundary Waters
: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Alaska
relating to the repeal of regulations by the legislature.
: Relating to new evaluation and selection criteria for military base
realignment and closure actions.
: Passed! Legislative Resolve 47
Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska
relating to revisions of the state constitution and providing that a court may not
change language of a proposed constitutional amendment or revision.
: Passed! Legislative Resolve 54
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to public corporations.
: Passed! Legislative Resolve 41
Expressing support for a cooperative United States-Canada feasibility study on extending the North American rail system through British Columbia and the Yukon Territory to Alaska.
: Passed! Senate Resolve 1
Relating to declaring March 1999 as Sobriety Awareness Month.
: Passed! Senate Resolve 2
Dedicating the Terry Miller Gallery of the Chamber of the Alaska
Senate to Cliff Groh.
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Archive of Past Legislation
Measures sponsored or co-sponsored by Senator Randy Phillips
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