Grisham – my mom – is an incredible person
My mom will not turn her back on working families because she understands our struggles. She will never forget our New Mexico values that she instilled in us.
Most people know my mom as a strong woman who has dedicated her life to helping people and giving a voice to those who don’t have one. They know her as a cabinet secretary who served under three different governors. They know her as the person who posed as a stroke victim and went undercover to expose abuse and neglect at a nursing home.
They know her a determined county commissioner who fights for ethics and integrity. They know her as a candidate for Congress. And I’m sure that every person who has met her has experienced her humor and her outgoing personality.
But I know her as Mom.
My Mom is an incredible person who gives more of herself to friends and strangers alike than anyone I’ve ever known. I can’t count the number of people who spent time in our house, at my mom’s invitation, who had no other place to stay. And I don’t remember a day when she didn’t get a phone call from someone in need.
I wish voters could see her determination when she gets those phone calls and drops everything to help that person.
These are the qualities she will take to Congress. I can think of no other person who will better represent us in Washington D.C. She will not turn her back on working families because she understands our struggles. She will never forget our New Mexico values that she instilled in us.
This short video is from her child’s heart:
Taylor Grisham, 27 lives in Albuquerque and graduated from the University of New Mexico with her mechanical engineering degree in 2007.
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