MITT ROMNEY ANNOUNCES SUPPORT OF ALASKA LT.
GOV. MEAD TREADWELL
Boston, MA – Mitt Romney today
announced the support of Alaska Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell.
“I am proud to announce the support of Lieutenant Governor Treadwell,”
said Mitt Romney. “I look forward to working with him as I reach out to
Alaska voters and work to get our economy on the right track again.”
his support, Lieutenant Governor Treadwell said, “Alaska’s agenda is to
help America’s agenda: we produce energy, and help keep America
strong. The current White House doesn’t get it. We need a leader like
Mitt Romney who understands and who will help
us help the country. As governor, he created thousands of jobs,
balanced the state’s budget, and cut taxes. His record of results
speaks for itself – that is why I am supporting him.”
On Lt. Gov. Treadwell:
Mead Treadwell Is The Lieutenant
Governor Of Alaska. Prior
to his election in 2010, Lt. Governor Treadwell served on the United
States Arctic Research Commission and was designated the commission’s
chair by President George W. Bush in 2006. An Arctic policy expert, he
was previously the director of oil spill response for the city of
Cordova as well as Alaska’s Deputy Commissioner for the Department of
Environmental Conservation. In the private sector, he has helped create
or turn around a number of technology and manufacturing companies. Lt.
Governor Treadwell was a founding member of the Yukon Pacific
Corporation and also served as president of the Millennium Society.