Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham meets Monday At Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op with local Democrats. Courtesy photo
DPLA NEWS RELEASE
Los Alamos County Democrats were excited to host Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham for a meet and greet at Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op on Monday afternoon. After touring the brewing facility and talking with the staff about her support for local businesses, the Governor gave remarks on the patio and mingled with attendees.
Bathtub Row General Manager Doug Osborn said, “The opportunity to meet and host an actual ‘get it done’ leader was both an honor and a privilege many of us at Bathtub Row will not soon forget. Governor Lujan Grisham has our full support, and we look forward to helping her achieve her goals in the future, as she has helped us achieve our goals during these very, very difficult times. Please vote.”
“We’re so excited to have the Governor in Los Alamos again,” DPLA Chair Cat Ozment said. “Her support for local business, commitment to green energy and early childhood education, and engagement with New Mexicans are just some of the many reasons we need four more years of Governor Lujan Grisham’s leadership.”
NM Supreme Court Justice Julie Vargas, NM Supreme Court Justice Briana Zamora, NM Court of Appeals Judge Gerald Baca, and NM Court of Appeals Judge Katherine Wray also attended, along with Los Alamos County Councilor Sean Williams, members of the LAPS Board, UNM-LA Advisory Board elect Alissa Grissom, and Judges Elizabeth Allen and Pat Casados.
More than 60 people turned out for the mask-required event. Food and drink were provided by Pig + Fig.