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Obama's Latino Advisory Council

In August 2008 the Obama Campaign announced[1]the formation of its National Latino Advisory Council, highlighting the continued growth of support Senator Obama is receiving in the Latino community nationwide.

According to the campaign, the advisory council is made up of key labor, faith, community leaders, and elected officials from across the country and will serve as an advisory council for the campaign on issues important to the Latino community as well as play an active role reaching out and organizing Latinos in their communities and across the country.

Its members included;

Federico Pena, Chair, National Hispanic Advisory Council, Former Mayor of Denver and Former Secretary of Transportation, National Obama Campaign Co-Chair; 
Geoconda Arguello-Kline, President, Nevada Culinary Workers Union
; Congressman Xavier Becerra; Adolfo Carrion, Bronx Borough President; 
Henry Cisneros, Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; 
Bishop Wilfredo De Jesus, Vice President of Social Justice, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference; 
Congressman Charlie Gonzalez;
 Congressman Raul Grijalva
; Congressman Luis Gutierrez; 
Ambassador Luis Lauredo, Former Ambassador to the Organization of American States; 
Patricia Madrid, Former Attorney General of New Mexico; 
Eliseo Medina, Executive Vice President, SEIU 
; Congresswoman Linda Sanchez; Congresswoman Hilda Solis; 
 Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez

Opposed ballot measure

November 2013. prominent women leaders joined the Respect ABQ Women campaign to speak out against the Nov 19 ballot measure. After, they joined together to walk to the office of the city clerk to cast some of the first votes towards defeating the ballot measure. Join them in voting AGAINST this ballot measure.

Leaders included: U.S. Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham, Former NM Attorney General Patricia Madrid, Bineshi Albert with the Native American Voter Alliance, and Cathryn McGill.[2]