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Republican National Hispanic Assembly Endorses Congressman Gary Miller in 31st District

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Location: Raucho Cucamonga, CA

The Executive Board of the leading conservative Hispanic organization in California has endorsed Congressman Gary Miller for California's 31st District. The RNHA has chapters throughout the nation committed to its mission of inclusion, outreach and opportunity for both Hispanic American and non-Hispanic American members of our community.

"At the RNHA we believe Congressman Miller's strong record and commitment to conservative values are vital to the future of our great nation," said California RNHA President Richard Loa in his announcement. "We also believe that you will join us in the future, as you have in the past, in our endeavor to demonstrate to the conservative Hispanic community that our continued progress and our future are best realized by the free enterprise system and by the core conservative principles of the GOP."

"The Hispanic community deserves an important voice in our political process," said Congressman Miller. "I am humbled to have the endorsement of the leading conservative Latino organization in the country. Our shared dream of keeping America great will motivate me to continue the fight against Washington's over regulation and suffocation of small businesses in California's 31st. Together we can return jobs and prosperity to our community."

"What is good for America benefits all Americans including our Hispanic community," continued President Loa.

Officially born during the 1974 election cycle, the RNHA began as a way to involve Hispanic conservatives in elected government. Since then, the RNHA has worked to build a membership organization that fosters the principles of the Republican Party in the Hispanic community; provide Hispanic Americans with a forum to play an influential role in local, state, and national Party activities; increase the number of Hispanic Republican elected officials; and create and maintain a network of Hispanic Republican leaders.


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