GROW ELECT UPDATE
Tonight is the Deadline to Submit GROW Endorsement Applications
The GROW Elect Board of Directors will decide later this week on the latest round of endorsements for candidates for local offices across California. Tonight is the deadline to submit an application for endorsement consideration for this month’s meeting. If you are interested in receiving an endorsement application, please firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator Bob Huff Headlines GROW Campaign Training Session on March 1st
GROW Elect is holding a campaign training session for Latino Republican candidates for local office and their campaign staffs on Saturday, March 1st, in Bell Gardens. Top campaign consultants will offer advice on organizing effective campaigns for office. Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff is the keynote speaker for this exciting event. If you are interested in attending, or know someone who should attend, please email email@example.com.
Mario A. Guerra Posts Eye-Popping Fundraising Numbers
Downey City Councilman Mario A. Guerra, one of GROW Elect’s most respected candidates, has reported raising an impressive amount for his campaign for California’s 32nd state Senate district. Guerra out-raised all other candidates in the open seat race, topping his closest competitor by more than a two-to one margin. Guerra reported $335,257.70 for the period ending December 31st, with nearly 80% of the funds coming from local contributors. Guerra has also earned over 200 endorsements from elected officials from both parties. Mario A. Guerra’s vast bi-partisan support, and his strong fundraising, are testament to his leadership and record of accomplishment as an elected official and business owner.
Mayor Jack Guerrero Stumps for GROW Elect
Cudahy Mayor Jack Guerrero, one of GROW’s elected officials, recently joined GROW Elect President Ruben Barrales on a quick swing to tout GROW’s efforts to help elect qualified Latino Republicans to office. Mayor Guerrero shared his own story as the son of an immigrant Mexican family who was able to graduate from Stanford University, receive an MBA from Harvard, become a CPA and auditor as well as international financial consultant, and ultimately return to his hometown to help clean up massive corruption and financial mismanagement in city government.
Jack Guerrero’s inspiring story captures the reason why GROW Elect exists and its work is so important to local communities across the state. California’s Republicans can count on hearing a great deal more from Jack Guerrero in the future.