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Nick Begich and Mary Peltola both run to fill out Don Young’s term in congress

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - Nick Begich and Mary Peltola are both running for Alaska’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Republican Begich said he is running because Alaska needs a new generation of leadership. “I think that my experience and my background will help complement the people that we have in that national portfolio of ambassadors, the governor, our two senators, and the house member. I think it’s helpful if one of those folks comes from a substantial private sector background,” he said.
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Nick Begich received thousands in donations from prominent Democrats and unions in 2016 Assembly race

Yesterday, Republican candidate Nick Begich called into the Dan Fagan show to discuss his congressional campaign. During the interview, Fagan confronted and asked Begich why he had voted for Ethan Berkowitz, a Democrat, over conservative Amy Demboski in the 2015 Anchorage mayoral election. Begich responded by saying it was a “bad vote” and that he was just a “bystander.” He went on to blame his vote for Berkowitz on the media for their coverage of the election.
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Nick Begich is running a million-dollar campaign for Alaska’s U.S. House seat, most of it from his own pocket

Nick Begich III is one of the frontrunners in the race for U.S. House, but so far he is running a largely self-funded campaign. That’s one of the revelations in the latest batch of Federal Election Commission reports, which provide a glimpse into how Alaska’s congressional candidates stack up in the race for contributions. Reports covering the first three months of 2022 were due Friday night, but many of the candidates don’t have to file yet because their campaigns are so new.
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Nick Begich is funding most of his million-dollar campaign for Alaska’s US House seat, report shows

Nick Begich III is one of the frontrunners in the race for U.S. House, but so far he is running a largely self-funded campaign. That’s one of the revelations in the latest batch of Federal Election Commission reports, which provide a glimpse into how Alaska’s congressional candidates stack up in the race for contributions. Reports covering the first three months of 2022 were due Friday night, but many of the candidates don’t have to file yet because their campaigns are so new.
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Nick Begich pays tearful homage to his “friend and hero Don Young”

In a press conference Monday, Nick Begich tearfully remembered his “great friend and hero Don Young.” Begich, who co-chaired Young’s 2020 campaign, effusively praised Young before attempting to explain to reporters why he had decided to run against his former friend and mentor before his tragic passing.
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