Letter

Opinion: Brush is involved in process

Gayle Montgomery
Posted 5/14/20

I am writing in response to William E. Cordova's comments about AnJanette Brush's role as the Democratic vice chair being a candidate. First and foremost, Brush has basically recused herself from her duties by stepping aside during the campaign. There is no conflict there.

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Letter

Opinion: Brush is involved in process

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I am writing in response to William E. Cordova's comments about AnJanette Brush's role as the Democratic vice chair being a candidate. First and foremost, Brush has basically recused herself from her duties by stepping aside during the campaign. There is no conflict there.

Being a volunteer at Taos County Democratic party and attending many events there, not once have I seen Mr. Cordova participate. I doubt seriously that he has ever contributed to the running of the office. On the other hand, I have been privy to seeing the involvement of Ms. Brush on every level and her devotion to promoting democracy. There is rarely an event where she has not participated. This also includes Taos United. She will be an asset to the Taos County Commission.

It is important to me personally and hopefully to others that involvement of a candidate in the Democratic process is of great significance. All candidates should participate in forums, events, and volunteering. Anjanette Brush is a candidate that will work for the good of all in our county. She is not what I would term as a "pop-up" candidate. Involvement is the key.

Gayle Montgomery,

Taos

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