Speeches & Comments

Lieutenant Governor Treadwell Speeches as Prepared

“Safe, secure and reliable at sea"

Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell remarks at the Arctic Frontiers Conference: Geopolitics and Marine Production in a Changing Arctic “Safe, secure and reliable at sea: the geopolitics of a new ocean” January 21, 2013 Tromsø, Norway Full Speech »

Remarks on Opening the Alaska Legislature

Ladies and Gentlemen, during the long election season which led to this date I told candidates of all parties it would be my duty, honor and pleasure to swear them in. Now we’ve done it! Full Speech »

Speech: CDQ 20th Anniversary

Happy 20th Birthday! It’s great to be here and celebrate the Western Alaska CDQ program with you today. Thanks for inviting me. But as I told my college junior, we’ll have to wait till your 21st birthday next year till we can celebrate with champagne. Full Speech »

Lt. Gov. Remarks at Alaskans Rally for Life

Choose life. I tell you, it is worth it – every time. As we continue to fight for life, there is hope that we can turn our culture around. We must never cease to pray for strength and wisdom, and to work – every day – for life and love. Full Speech »

Speech: Alaska Chamber

Lt. Governor Treadwell spoke to the Alaska Chamber of Commerce on February 24. An active and aggressive state Chamber of Commerce is a vital part of the business community. Full Speech »

Speech: Why the Arctic Matters

I want to talk today about “Why the Arctic Matters.” To Alaska... To America… To the World. I speak today as a state official, as Lieutenant Governor of a State that makes America an Arctic nation. Tasked --- happily I might add --- by our Governor, Sean Parnell, to be the state’s liaison to the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, and lead on Arctic Council and Northern Forum issues. Full Speech »

Speech: Wally Kubley Memorial

It’s a pleasure to join you all today as we honor the memory of one of Alaska’s great statesmen. I’m here on behalf of the people of Alaska -- a grateful people, and Sean and Sandy Parnell. Walter “Wally” Kubley joins two other great statesmen who have also recently taken their place in heaven, Senator Ted Stevens and Governor Walter Hickel Sr., two men he knew well and worked alongside to make Alaska a better place to work and live. Full Speech »

World Trade Center Alaska remarks

January 20, 2011, Juneau, AK - Opening remarks at the World Trade Center Alaska Economic Forecast luncheon Full Speech »

Inaugural Remarks

Remarks by Mead Treadwell Juneau, Alaska, December 6, 2010 Full Speech »