On Thursday, scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham deployed a panicky-sounding fundraising email announcing that her campaign is “WAY behind on our $150,000 April fundraising goal.”
“With national Republicans pushing harder than ever to remove me from office, I have to call every voter, knock on every door, and run as many ads as I can to win – but if I fall short this month, I’ll have to make devastating budget cuts,” she claimed in the email.
The far-left Democrat being “way” behind on fundraising could be due to a number of factors, including her donors, possibly having a lack of enthusiasm. The fundraising cutoff for the next reporting deadline is May 2, 2022.
This lack of support might stem from Lujan Grisham’s lavish campaign spending on ritzy Taos Ski Valley getaways and six-figure legal settlements to alleged groping victims. Maybe Lujan Grisham’s fundraising is drying up due to her giving her daughter, Erin Grisham, thousands of dollars in cash for personal hair and makeup expenses.
Lujan Grisham faces multiple Republicans who aim to defeat her in November, including former television weatherman Mark Ronchetti, state Rep. Rebecca Dow, former Cuba Mayor Ethel Maharg, Sandoval County Commissioner Jay Block, and financial advisor Greg Zanetti.
So far, Lujan Grisham, in the last quarter, reported donations of almost $2.7 million, with many maxed-out donations from high-profile leftists and leftist groups such as Planned Parenthood, novelist George R.R. Martin, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s wife, Mary Katherine Pritzker, and the American Federation of Teachers. Many of these donations were reported as anonymous donors, which amounted to tens of thousands of dollars in dark money.