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Wes Keller

Republican — Representative — District 10
Available Terms:
  • 27
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  • 29

Wes Keller represents House District 10 in the Alaska House, is a member of eight committees, and is the primary sponsor of 144 bills.

2008 18860.68
2010 14637.56
2012 29783.4

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • Capitol Office:

    State Capitol Room 403
    Juneau AK, 99801
    Phone: 907-465-2186
    Fax: 907-465-3818
  • District Office:

    600 E. Railroad Avenue
    Wasilla AK, 99654
    Phone: 907-373-1842
    Fax: 907-373-4729
  • Representative.Wes.Keller@akleg.gov



News and Blog Coverage

Voters send some legislative incumbents packing

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Wasilla state Rep. Wes Keller said Wednesday that he had mixed emotions about losing his Republican primary. Part of him is relieved, he said, given the difficult legislative session that lies ahead with Alaska’s multibillion-dollar budget deficit still unresolved. But he called his loss a bit of ...

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

  • HB 325

    An Act relating to the free exercise of religion; relating to professional and occupational licensing; and relating to appointment to public office or a position on a board, commission, or committee.

  • HR 6

    Dedicating the House Judiciary Committee Room of the Alaska State Capitol to the late Representative Max F. Gruenberg, Jr.

  • HB 298

    An Act relating to school districts; and relating to layoff plans for tenured teachers.

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  • HJR 29

    Requesting the United States Congress to call a convention of the states to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to set a limit on the number of terms that a person may be elected as a member of the United States House of Representatives and as a member of the United States Senate; and urging the legislatures of the other 49 states to request the United States Congress to call a convention of the states.

  • HB 216

    An Act relating to obstruction or interference with a person's free passage on or use of navigable water; and amending the definition of 'navigable water' under the Alaska Land Act.

  • HB 210

    An Act relating to candidate statements and material submitted by political parties that are published in the state election pamphlet; and providing for an effective date.

Recent Votes

SB 91

Shall HCS CSSSSB 91(FIN) am H pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 2870.0
•••No: 1127.0
•••Other: 12.0
HCR 32

Shall HCR 32 pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3895.0
•••No: 12.0
•••Other: 12.0

Shall SJR 2 pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3792.0
•••No: 12.0
•••Other: 25.0
SB 18

Shall SB 18 pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3792.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 37.0
SB 127

Shall Amendment No. 1 be adopted?

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 1127.0
•••No: 2870.0
•••Other: 12.0
SB 127

Shall SB 127 pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 2870.0
•••No: 1127.0
•••Other: 12.0
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