SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) -- New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is in Colorado to raise money for her re-election campaign and speak to a business group.
Martinez political adviser Jay McCleskey said Thursday that the governor is holding a fundraiser in Denver and will appear at a separate non-campaign event.
Martinez will attend a reception by the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry at Coors Field. The owner of the Colorado Rockies baseball team will speak at the event and Martinez will talk briefly about an economic development package of tax cuts that was approved by the Legislature and signed into law.
McCleskey said the re-election campaign will pay for Martinez's travel and she will return to New Mexico Thursday evening.
The Republican governor took office in 2011.
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