Mario Guerra

Mayor, City of Downey

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Mayor of the City of Downey and candidate for State Senate; founder of GROW Elect, a nonprofit dedicated to electing Latino Republicans

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The Republican National Party is spending 10 million dollars to reach out to Latinos, and the blue state of California presents an especially tough challenge.

Republicans Roll Out Campaign to Court Latino Voter

The Republican National Party is spending 10 million dollars to reach out to Latinos, and the blue state of California presents an especially tough challenge.

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Governor Schwarzenegger is among those congratulating  Tesla Motors  for its decision to make electric cars in California.  Tesla has  made a deal with Toyota  to use a recently closed…

Tesla Runs Off with Toyota, Leaving Downey at the Altar

Governor Schwarzenegger is among those congratulating Tesla Motors for its decision to make electric cars in California.  Tesla has made a deal with Toyota to use a recently closed…

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