Luis Alvarado

co-founder of Grow Elect, a Latino Republican PAC; former press secretary for the California Republican Party

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Republican political consultant and President of Familias Unidas de California PAC; former Chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly of Greater Los Angeles; founder of Grow Elect, a political action committee dedicated to promoting Republican Latino candidates; former strategic advisor to Revolvis, a political consulting firm; former advisor to El Monte Councilman Juventino Gomez; former campaign staffer for Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush; former Los Angeles Regional Chairman for the 2008 McCain/Palin presidential campaign

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California’s primary election is Tuesday, June 5. Press Play takes you through the ballot.

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Local Republican strategist says his party should do no more harm and be brave

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