A real choice
this November.

I’m running as an unaffiliated candidate to serve full-time as a Montezuma County Commissioner. I want to work with you to protect our people, land and economy at a time when we face so many external stressors.

I will help achieve a better quality of life for all. We can use our community’s many resources and empower locals to carry out home-grown solutions together.

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Dolores writer shares here perspective on Becca’s presence at the San Juan Farm Bureau candidate’s forum.

Events Coming Up

Samulski has many upcoming candidate events and a calendar to share them all.

Photo of montezuma county commissioner candidate Rebecca Samulski with family

Rebecca, Isaac (9), Orin (11), and Joe Samulski under the arch of silverlace that takes you from the stone patio in front of their home to the wild piñon-juniper woodlands of Cash Canyon.

Samulski enters race for Montezuma county commissioner

The race for Montezuma County Commissioner District 3 just got competitive.

Unaffiliated candidate Rebecca Samulski has obtained enough signatures to make the November ballot for the position, said Montezuma County Clerk Kim Percell.

Samulski will run against Republican candidate Joel Stevenson, who won the primary over Monty Guiles.

Samulski enters race for county commissioner District 3 – June 5th 2020