Julian Castro

former Housing and Urban Development secretary, Democratic candidate for president in 2020

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Julian Castro, former Department of Housing and Urban Development secretary and former San Antonio mayor, is one of the only candidates with a detailed plan to address homelessness.

Presidential hopeful Julian Castro wants to solve homelessness by 2028

Julian Castro, former Department of Housing and Urban Development secretary and former San Antonio mayor, is one of the only candidates with a detailed plan to address homelessness.

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