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In one of the most tragic days in LULAC history National LULAC elections were tainted with the use of dirty political tricks to rig the system for money and power. The first instance happened when over 39 councils from Arizona were denied the ability to be delegates and vote despite being properly chartered and having an Arizona court judge strongly ask National LULAC to seat them. This denial to seat over 200 Arizona delegates, who are on the front lines, was done solely for political purposes to avoid giving them the right to vote. As a result, national candidate, Domingo Garcia, withdrew from the race and supported Mary Ramos. If Garcia had run, he would have needed two-thirds vote to win since once again, a national LULAC advisor, Manuel Escobar, said he could not run. Mary Ramos, State LULAC Treasurer from Texas, ran and despite having over fifty percent of the vote of the delegates she was not declared the winner. Before the meeting, Roger Rocha – the LULAC election judge said no media was allowed and no one including LULAC members could videotape the meeting. Legal citation to overturn the alleged election is anticipated.

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