Dow shows grassroots dominance going into the fourth quarter of 2021.

TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES – Rebecca Dow's gubernatorial campaign today announced that two months into her campaign efforts, and with nearly a month still remaining before fourth quarter reports are due, she has raised over $300,000 and has a full roster of County Chairs from every county in the state.

The average donation to Dow's campaign is $300. Her impressive grassroots fundraising gives her more than twice as much money in the bank compared to sitting Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's last campaign finance report.

"This fundraising milestone is a clear indicator of how exciting this campaign is for so many citizens who are ready for a leader who identifies with the values, hopes and dreams of the everyday New Mexican. Folks are just downright tired of letting one person control every aspect of their lives and being dragged down to the bottom by bad government," said Dow. "New Mexicans are resilient and know that with the right leadership, we can really thrive."

"If the fundraising isn't convincing enough," Dow continued, "the fact that influential grassroots leaders from every corner of the state have committed to stand with me certainly should demonstrate that I am the leading candidate to give MLG some serious competition. In the race for New Mexico governor, there are just two options: continue with MLG, who is drunk on power and will never end her executive orders while she's in office, or support Dow for New Mexico and give people the power to run their own lives again."

Below is Dow's full list of County Chairs:

Bernalillo - Brittney Espinoza & KC Armstrong
Catron - Jimbo Williams
Chaves - Commissioner Jeff Bilberry and Kristin Waide
Cibola - Kevin Branum
Colfax - Mayor Boe Lopez
Curry - Former Rep. Clint Harden
De Baca - Rep. Martin Zamora
Dona Ana - Marcy Dickerson
Eddy - City Councilman Jason Shirley
Grant - Rep. Luis Terrazas, Commissioner Billy Billings, and Hazel Donaldson
Guadalupe - Fred Hinker
Harding - Rep. Jack Chatfield
Hidalgo - Bridget Payne
Lea - Jill Jones, Madison Willingham, and Brent VanDyke
Lincoln - Loren Patterson & Katie Kmetz
Los Alamos - Ken Shelley
Luna - Commissioner John Sweetser and Commissioner Barbara Reedy
McKinley - Brett Newberry
Mora - Rhonda Trambley
Otero - Todd Lindsey & Nancy Hudson
Quay - Blaire Pollister
Rio Arriba - Former Public Regulation Commissioner Valerie Espinoza
Roosevelt - Roberto Garcia and Gowen Hayes
San Juan - Rep. Ryan Lane and Rick Tedrow
San Miguel - Yvonne Tapia
Sandoval - Mary Carter Baca
Santa Fe - Ken Martinez
Sierra - Denise Addie and Twister Smith
Socorro - Carlena Harris
Taos - David Torres and Bobby Ortega
Torrance - Commissioner Leroy Candelaria
Union - Former Rep. Dennis Roch
Valencia - Commissioner Joseph Bizelle
Navajo Nations - Former Rep. Sharon Clahchischilliage

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