• Retired United Way Monterey CEO has Already Raised $100k in Campaign to Unseat Dave Potter

    Mary Adams Quickly Solidifies Strong Support in run for 5th District Monterey County Supervisor

    Mary Adams announced that she has raised $100,000 in her campaign for Monterey County Supervisor District 5. Nearly 180 donors have contributed to the campaign to date, with contributions ranging from $25 to $10,000.

    To have such strong community support is truly an honor,” said Adams. “We are building a far-reaching grassroots campaign, and over the next six months we will focus solely on the Primary Election of June 7. In order to bring my approach of leadership to the Board of Supervisors, to make county government more responsive, and preserve what matters in our special community, we need to win.”

    Responsiveness and Transparency are the two main building blocks of her campaign. Local campaign insiders believe Adams is strongly positioned heading into 2016. 

    For a first-time candidate, it is amazing to see Mary inspire people and bring people together,” said Noah Finneburgh, campaign advisor. “Our campaign is off to a strong start and will build on Mary’s record of selfless public service, leadership and deep knowledge of the county. She has proven she can get results for the residents of Monterey County.”

    District 5 includes Carmel, Carmel Valley, Big Sur, Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach, Monterey, Hwy 68, and Las Palmas.


    posted to Cedar Street Times on January 14, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News


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