The League of United Latin American Citizens
PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Announcing Election of State Officers and passage of Resolutions from2013 Arizona State LULAC Convention
Tucson, AZ -
The Arizona League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) announce the Election of Officersduring the 62
Annual Arizona LULAC State Convention held on Saturday June 8, 2013 at Pima CommunityCollege, Desert Vista campus in Tucson Arizona. The duly elected officers will hold these seats for the 2013-2014 term. A number of resolutions have also been reviewed and passed by the members. The resolutions passed are inthe spirit that they help move forward LULAC
LULAC is one of the few Latino organizations that provides its members with an opportunity to help elect itsleaders. Our Local, State and National Board of Directors are elected by the LULAC members and this
Democratic process was established by LULAC’s founding fathers in 1929.
Occasionally, the spirited campaigns for LULAC office result in dissatisfied individuals who did not see theelection go their way. But we hope to move forward and united so that we can focus on the issues that areimportant to us like Immigration Reform and Increased Civic Participation. Among some of the attendees were National LULAC Leaders and Elected officials: Margaret Moran,National LULAC President, Oscar Moran, Former National LULAC President, Mickie Luna, National LULACVP for the Farwest as well as Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva, Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias, and Arizona State Senator Steve Gallardo.LULAC wishes to express gratitude to Pima Community College for hosting our State Convention.
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