GROW Elect Update
Before 2016, we have elections to win this year!
With most political experts focused on the 2016 election cycle, GROW ELECT wants to remind you that there are a number of local elections for city councils, school districts and other offices throughout the state of California THIS November!
As you may know, GROW ELECT is helping to grow the Republican Party by supporting and electing Latino Republicans to public office. So far, we have helped over 90 Latino Republican candidates win local office throughout California. And we are just getting started!
We have endorsed a number of candidates for the November, 2015 elections, and we will be endorsing more in the coming weeks. If you are running for election, or if you know someone who is running, please let us know. We can provide financial and political support to help you win your election.
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GROW ELECT and Republican Party of Los Angeles County honor Latino Elected Officials
We are excited to announce the partnership between GROW ELECT and the Republican Party of Los Angeles County (RPLAC). Through this endeavor, we look forward to expanding our efforts to recruit, train and fund qualified Latino Republican candidates for state and local office throughout Los Angeles County.
As a kick-off to our partnership between RPLAC and GROW Elect, we held an exclusive Meet & Greet with Latino Republican elected officials on Saturday, August 1st in Burbank. We thanked the many attending elected officials for their service. These local Latino Republican elected official are valued members of the Party and an important part of our future.
Our featured speakers for the night were California Republican Party Chairman Jim Brulte andRPLAC Chairman Mark Vafiades. Many thanks to RPLAC Executive Director Jason Maruca and New Majority Los Angeles Executive Director Andy Gharakhani who were instrumental in making it happen.
A number of Latino city leaders attended including Walnut City Mayor Bob Pacheco, Santa Clarita City Councilman Dante Acosta, El Monte City Councilman Juventino Gomez, Lawndale City Clerk Bernadette Suarez, Cudahy City Councilman Jack Guerrero, and Hawthorne City Councilman Alex Vargas.
School leaders included Rowland Unified School Board member Lynne Ebenkamp, Rosemead School District Board members Ron Esquivel and John Quintanilla, El Monte City School Board member Cathi Eredia, Centinela Valley Union High School Board member Gloria Ramos, El Camino College Board member John Vargas, and Hart Union High School District Board member Gloria Mercado-Fortine.
(Latino Republican elected officials gather in Los Angeles)