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The Third Alaska State Legislature served from January 1963 to January 1965. Senate District Name Party Location A James Nolan Democratic Wrangell Frank Peratrovich Democratic Klawock B Walter O. "Bo" Smith Democratic Ketchikan C Howard C. Bradshaw Democratic Sitka D Elton E. Engstrom (1-28-63 - 1-30-63)[1] Republican Juneau vacant (1-30-63 - 3-20-63) Mildred H. Banfield (3-20-63 - 1-24-65)[2] Republican Juneau E Nicholas J. Begich Democratic Fort Richardson Vance Phillips Republican Mountain View F Harold Z. Hansen Democratic Cordova G Brad Phillips Republican Anchorage H Yule F. Kilcher Democratic Homer I Alfred A. Owen Democratic Uganik Bay J John Butrovich, Jr. Republican Fairbanks Robert J. McNealy Democratic Fairbanks K David C. Harrison Democratic Dillingham L John B. Coghill Republican Nenana M John B. "Dixie" Hall Democratic Fairbanks N Lester Bronson Democratic Nome Neal W. Foster Democratic Deering O Eben Hopson Democratic Barrow P Pearse M. Walsh Democratic Nome House District Name Party Location 1 William K. Boardman Republican Ketchikan Walter L. Kubley Republican Ketchikan 2 John E. Longworth Republican Petersburg 3 Frank E. Cashel Democratic Sitka 4 Dora M. Sweeney Democratic Juneau William H. Whitehead Democratic Juneau 5 Morgan W. Reed Democratic Skagway 6 Robert I. Ditman Democratic Valdez 7 Eugene Reid Republican Palmer 8 Mike Gravel Democratic Anchorage Earl D. Hillstrand Democratic Anchorage Joseph P. Josephson Democratic Anchorage Bruce Kendall Republican Anchorage Bennie Leonard Republican Anchorage Carl F. Lottsfeldt Democratic Anchorage Keith H. Miller Republican Anchorage Homer Moseley Democratic Anchorage James C. Parsons Republican Anchorage John L. Rader Democratic Anchorage William H. Sanders[3] Republican Anchorage Harold D. Strandberg Republican Anchorage George M. Sullivan (1-8-64 - 1-24-65)[4] Republican Anchorage Jack H. White Republican Anchorage William C. Wiggins Republican Anchorage 9 Charles E. Cole, Sr. Republican Seward 10 Clem V. Tillion Republican Halibut Cove 11 Gilbert A. Jarvela Democratic Kodiak 12 Arthur J. Harris Democratic Nikolski 13 Jay S. Hammond Republican Naknek 14 Raymond C. Christiansen Democratic Bethel 15 Grant H. Pearson Democratic Nenana 16 Edgar I. Baggen Republican Fairbanks Forbes L. Baker Republican Fairbanks C.M. "Jim" Binkley Republican College John Holm Republican Fairbanks R. S. McCombe Democratic Chicken Maurice V. Smith Republican Fairbanks Warren A. Taylor Democratic Fairbanks 17 Jacob A. Stalker Democratic Kotzebue 18 Robert R. Blodgett Democratic Teller 19 Axel C. Johnson Democratic Emmonak References General (pdf) Alaska Legislature Roster of Members 1913-2010. Juneau: Alaska Legislative Affairs Agency. 2010. pp. 39–40. http://w3.legis.state.ak.us/docs/pdf/ROSTERALL.pdf.  Specific and Notes ^ Died in office. ^ Appointed to replace Engstrom. ^ Resigned to accept appointment to a judgeship of the Alaska Superior Court. ^ Appointed to replace Sanders.