Ciro Rodriguez

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Ciro Rodriguez was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the 23rd district of Texas.

Communist support

Participants in the Communist Party USA’s conference on the 2004 elections in New York City, Jan. 31, say they returned to their home districts and plunged into voter registration and other election work that bodes well for a huge “dump Bush” vote next Nov. 2.

Hernando Martinez of San Antonio, one of 10 delegates from Texas, said the Party in the Lone Star State is in the thick of the fight against Republican gerrymandering that has targeted pro-labor Democrats. Rep. Ciro Rodriguez (D-Texas), chair of the Hispanic Caucus, was declared the loser to his primary opponent, Henry Cuellar, a Democrat with ties to GOP Gov. Rick Perry. Two boxes stuffed with 300 Cuellar votes were found after the votes had been counted. Rodriguez has gone to court charging fraud. “That has to be one of our major concerns in this election. Bush will steal votes, do anything to stay in power,” Martinez said. [1]

Stonewall Democrats endorsement

At a Stonewall Democrats of San Antonio June 2012 meeting of the Membership, David Plylar moved to endorse Ciro Rodriguez for United States Congress-Daisy Caberellero seconded. The motion passed.[2]

Planned Parenthood

Rodriguez received $3000 in lobbying funds from Planned Parenthood in 2008.

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References

  1. [1] Peoples Weekly World April 24 2004, The CPUSA fires up its members to ‘Dump Bush!’, Tim Wheeler
  2. Stonewall Democrats of San Antonio June 2012 Meeting of the Membership