Gabriel Gomez, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in the Massachusetts open seat special election, announced this week the “Latinos for Gomez” Coalition. Gomez released a statement on the formation of the coalition, below is a portion of that statement:

“We can’t continue voting in politicians who talk about everything except what matters most to our community, jobs and the economy. The time has come to bring new ideas to Washington…I am a new kind of Republican, I support immigration reform. That is why I humbly ask for your vote on June 25 so that together we can provide a brighter future for all. Our future begins now.”

Members of the Latinos for Gomez Coalition

Juan Gomez, Centro de las Americas President, Former Worcester City Councilor; Veronica Ward, Worcester Volunteer for Disabled Navy SEALs; Regla Gonzalez, League of Latin American United Citizens Vice President; Tony Molina, Puerto Rican Veterans Association Vice President, Purple Heart Recipient; Sixto Escobar, Puerto Rican Veterans Association Second Vice President, Veteran; Jose Rodriguez, Republican Activist, Vice Chair MA Hispanic Republican Assembly; Edwin Rodriguez, Radio Contributor at WCCM 1110 AM; Dini Burke, Former Boston Social Worker; John Sepulveda, Hispanic Outreach for John Connolly for Mayor; Carol Sanchez, Former President – Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting; Fred Alvaro, Massachusetts Department of Transportation Board; Leslie Medina, Campaign Manager for Dave Abdoo’s Mayoral Race; Ricardo Austrich, President of Latin American Grocers Association, Small Business Owner; Carlos Perez, Central Massachusetts Activist; Veronica Pedroza (Ward), Navy Veteran; Gina Sierra-Nova, Republican Activist; Adita Vazquez, Latino Activist; Manny (Juan) Gonzalez, Firefighter, Candidate for Mayor of Lawrence; Teofino Colombo, Latino Activist; Lazaro Lopez, Business Leader

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