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Latino Victory Fund Proudly Endorses ‘First Latina’ Candidate Elizabeth Guzman for Virginia Delegate

Latino Victory endorsed Guzman in 2017 and her first re-election bid in 2019 Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund announced the endorsement of Elizabeth Guzman, candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates 31st District. Guzman made history in 2017 when she became one of the first Latinas elected to the Virginia House of Delegates.  “Elizabeth …

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Latino Victory Fund Congratulates Ana Sandoval on her Re-Election Victory, and City Council Candidates Advancing to the Run-Off Election

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund congratulated Councilmember Ana Sandoval, candidate for San Antonio City Council District 7, on her re-election victory. Nathalie Rayes, President and CEO of Latino Victory Fund, released the following statement:  “Congratulations to Ana Sandoval on her re-election. Voters re-elected Ana because she is a proven leader who is harnessing her leadership …

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Latino Victory Project Lauds President Joe Biden’s First 100 Days’ Progress, Launches ‘Gracias a tu Voto’ Ad Buy in Spanish

Washington, D.C. — Today, Latino Victory Project applauded the Biden-Harris administrations’ progress achieved during its first 100 days by launching a Spanish-language digital ad thanking Latino voters for making the Biden presidency possible. “President Biden’s first 100 days reminded Americans that good governance and competence has returned to the White House. The Biden-Harris administration faced unprecedented, historic …

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Latino Victory Fund Endorses Hala Ayala in Historic Bid for Virginia Lieutenant Governor

Washington, D.C. – Latino Victory Fund announced the endorsement of Hala Ayala for Virginia Lieutenant Governor. If elected, Ayala would make history by becoming the first Latina and first woman lieutenant governor of Virginia.  Latino Victory endorsed Ayala in 2017, who made history by becoming one of the first Latinas and the first Afro-Latina elected …

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Latino Victory Project Joins Building Back Together in an “Always-on” Latino Initiative

This partnership brings together Alianza, Somos Votantes, and Voto Latino to support a progressive policy agenda and engage the Latino community in a consistent and culturally competent manner.  The initiative will be led by Mayra Macías who is joining Building Back Together as chief strategy officer.  Washington, DC – Today, Latino Victory Project, in partnership with …

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Latino Victory Fund Announces 2021 Texas Candidate Endorsement Slate

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund announced candidate endorsements in the upcoming municipal elections in San Antonio, Dallas, and Fort Worth and the special election for the 6th Congressional District. The organization endorsed Jana Lynne Sanchez, candidate 6th Congressional District; Adam Bazaldua, candidate for Dallas City Council District 7; Ana Sandoval, candidate for San …

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Latino Victory Fund Announces Endorsement of Alfonso Lopez for Virginia House of Delegates and Canek Aguirre for Alexandria City Council

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund announces the endorsement of Alfonso Lopez, candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates, District 49, and Canek Aguirre, candidate at-large for Alexandria City Council.  Delegate Lopez is the first Latino Democrat elected to the Virginia General Assembly, and he is also the founder of Virginia’s first Latino Caucus. Councilman …

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Latino Victory Fund Endorses Jon Santiago in Historic Boston Mayoral Bid

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund announced the endorsement of Jon Santiago for Boston mayor. If elected, Santiago would be the first Latino mayor of Boston.  Statement from Nathalie Rayes, Latino Victory Fund President & CEO:  “Dr. Jon Santiago is an effective legislator who has dedicated his career to improving the quality of life …

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Latino Victory Fund Endorses Antoinette Sedillo López for New Mexico’s First Congressional District Democratic Nomination

Washington, D.C. – Latino Victory Fund tonight announced the endorsement of State Senator Antoinette Sedillo López for New Mexico’s 1st Congressional District in the runoff for the Democratic nomination after Secretary Deb Haaland vacated the seat earlier this month. Statement from Latino Victory Fund President & CEO Nathalie Rayes:“Antoinette is an experienced community leader who has demonstrated a staunch commitment …

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Latino Victory Fund Endorses Lorena González in Historic Bid for Seattle Mayor

Washington, D.C. – Latino Victory Fund today announced the endorsement of Seattle City Council President Lorena González for Seattle Mayor. González previously made history when she became the first Latina elected to the Seattle City Council, and now, González could become the first Latina and woman of color mayor of Seattle.  Statement from Nathalie Rayes, …

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