Mechanical Insulators LMCT Information for Alaska

Political Activism

Alaska State Information

The Mechanical Insulators Labor Management Cooperative Trust (LMCT) is looking to aid in information available to elected officials, Insulators Union Locals and members, contractors and the general public in Alaska.

Some of the information on this page may be outdated with the coronavirus global pandemic. Please contact any member of the Mechanical Insulators LMCT with any questions.

On this page, you will find information related to state specific legislation that deals with mechanical insulation and labor, Political Action Committee (PAC) guidelines and information for the state’s federally elected officials.

Alaska’s state capitol resides in Juneau.

The Alaska-Bicameral body has forty house members and twenty senate members. The house members are elected every two years. The senate members are elected every four years with half standing for election every two years.

To run for the Senate in Alaska you must be 25 years old and to run for the House you must be 21 years of age. For both chambers you must be a resident of the state for three years prior to the election and a resident of the district for one year prior to the election.

The Alaska legislature meets for two regular sessions which convene annually on the third Tuesday in January. Constitutionally they must adjourn within 120 days of convening.

Republicans control both chambers.

For further information on The Alaska General Assembly or to find your elected state official follow the link below.

Bill Information

The following bills are active in the current Legislative Session and pertain to the Mechanical Insulation industry.

S.J.R. 14



Status: Introduced or Prefiled

‍Date of Last Action:* 5/4/2021

‍Author: Sen. Tom Begich (D-AK-000J)

‍Topics: Labor Standards

‍Summary: Urging the United States Congress to reintroduce and pass legislation to establish a national infrastructure bank as was provided by H.R. 6422 from the 116th United States Congress to help finance urgently needed infrastructure projects across the nation.

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Federal Elected Officials

House Representatives & Senators

House of Representatives

At Large District:

(Since 1973)

Don Young (R)


PAC Guidelines

Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for Alaska. Please contact the LMCT with specific fund and contribution limit questions.

Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for Alaska

Resident Agent Requirement? Yes. Alaska candidates are prohibited from accepting out-of-state contributions.

Local Bank Requirement? No.

What type of funds are allowed? Voluntary.

Registration and reporting requirements for Out-of-State PACs:

  • PACs registered with another state may not contribute to Alaska
  • Out-of-state PACs may contribute to state political parties only if no more
    than 10% of contributions come from non-Alaska residents.

Registration and reporting requirements for Federal PACs:

  • Federal PACs are subject to the same reporting requirements as are in-state
  • An entity may register as an Alaska “group,” which is 2 or more people
    organized to influence Alaska elections. An Alaska group, however, cannot
    accept more than 10% of funds from individuals outside of Alaska. An
    Alaska group cannot accept out-of-state or federal PAC funds.


Contribution limits