Listen to Nick Begich as he talks about electing the right team: Must Read Alaska Show



Join host John Quick on the Must Read Alaska Show for this new episode with Nick Begich, a determined candidate aiming for Alaska’s sole congressional seat.

Begich shares insights from his experience when he served as the campaign chairman for Congressman Don Young in 2020, highlighting the lessons learned and how they’ve shaped his political vision.

With a critical view of the current Rep. Mary Peltola, Begich outlines why he believes Alaska is in dire need of change.

He discusses his commitment to smaller government, less regulation, and increased oil production as foundational pillars of his campaign platform. This episode is a deep dive into Begich’s aspirations for Alaska, reflecting on the past and looking forward to a brighter future.

There’s a lot of new material in this podcast interview that Alaskans may not have heard before. Begich talked about how the seat doesn’t belong to any one person, this is Alaskans’ seat, Alaskans’ government. “If you want change, you have to get involved.” And he talked about sending the right team, after Alaskans ended up with an incumbent who is fully signed onto the Biden agenda.

Peltola has voted with Nancy Pelosi 90% of the time. Peltola endorsed Joe Biden for president, he said. And Biden doesn’t want any development in Alaska. “They want to put us in a snow globe,” he said. She ran on a bipartisan message but “when you’re voting with Nancy Pelosi 90% of the time, that’s not bipartisan,” he said.

“We aren’t going to be able to move priorities from Alaska if we don’t have someone that is on the right team down in D.C. Turns out, Democrats don’t want to see more development in Alaska, they don’t want to see more drilling. They don’t want to see more mineral development. They don’t want to see more logging. These are things that have been made clear not just by national Democrats but by Joe Biden himself,” he said.

He also talked about the endorsement he just received by Vivek Ramaswamy, the conservative businessman who ran for president and who continues to shape the pro-business message of America First.

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  1. Yes we need to elect non lawyers and rich people.
    No existing politicians needed except maybe for retribution and or jail for the destruction of America.

  2. Lisa Murkowski, Dan Sullivan and Nick Begich would be an Alaska Congressional dream team, of course thats if Nancy Dalstrom drops out.

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