Tag: Hispanic Heritage Month

Bienvenido Brings Their Conservative Message to Los Angeles, CA
October 9, 2019 Local Politics,News Emma Jimenez

Bienvenido Brings Their Conservative Message to Los Angeles, CA Emma Jimenez October 9, 2019   On the weekend of October 4th, Bienvenido, a nonpartisan grassroots organization that helps promote conservatism throughout the United States, joined forces with a group of young Hispanic influencers and took its message to Los Angeles, California. Bienvenido translates to “welcome”
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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
October 7, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,News RNHA NEWS

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly is proud to honor James Edward Campos, Director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at the United States Department of Energy, as our honoree this National Hispanic Heritage Month. James Edward Campos was nominated by the President of the United States and confirmed by the United States Senate
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Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
October 4, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,News,White House RNHA NEWS

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly is proud to present Dr. Andrea Reyes Ramirez as our National Hispanic Heritage featured spotlight. Dr. Andrea R. Ramírez, EOP-WHO, a doctor in philosophy with a focus on organizational leadership, is the executive director of the Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives at the U.S. Department of Education. In this
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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
October 3, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,International Affairs,News,Videos RNHA NEWS

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly dedicates this National Hispanic Heritage Month spotlight to Poet and journalist José Martí, who spent his short life fighting for the freedom of Cuba, that the years would fall prey to dictator Fidel Castro. José Martí was born to poor Spanish immigrant parents in Havana, Cuba, on January 28, 1853.
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National Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
October 3, 2019 Faith,Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,News RNHA NEWS

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly recognizes Rachel Campos-Duffy in National Hispanic Heritage Month. Rachel is a conservative voice of her generation, Campos-Duffy has been appearing on television since her debut on the third season of MTV’s “The Real World.”  Rachel is currently a Fox Nation host.  She has appeared as a guest hostess on “The
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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
October 2, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,News RNHA NEWS

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly is honored to recognize one of its own, Richard S. Figueroa, our RNHA National Business Executive Director. Rick Figueroa was raised by a single mother in public housing in Bay City, TX, the youngest of 8 children. In addition to serving on the Trump-Pence 2020 Campaign’s Latinos for Trump Advisory
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National Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
October 1, 2019 Faith,Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,News RNHA NEWS

The RNHA is honored to recognize during National Hispanic Heritage Month, the lifelong achievement of one of our distinguished leaders, Elisa Marie Slider. Elisa M. Slider is the Vice Chairwoman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly.  She also serves as Advisory Board Member for President Trump at his Latinos for Trump Board. She also serves
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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
September 28, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest RNHA NEWS

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly acknowledges the achievement in history of Jenniffer “JGO” González-Colón, Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, USA. Jenniffer “JGO” González-Colón was elected November 8th, 2016 as Puerto Rico’s sole Representative to the U.S. Congress, known as Resident Commissioner. The first woman to hold the office, Ms. Gonzalez-Colón received the most votes (over
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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
September 25, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,News RNHA NEWS

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly proudly acknowledges Jeanette M. Núñez.  Of Cuban-American descent, Jeanette was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She was elected as Florida’s First Hispanic Female Lieutenant Governor of Florida in 2018. She previously served as a State Representative of the Florida House of Representatives from 2010 to 2018 and was named
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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
September 23, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,News RNHA NEWS

The first Latino Presidential candidate was Benjamin ‘Ben’ Fernandez, who was none other than the First Chairman and Co-Founder of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly.  Ben Fernandez was an American politician, financial consultant, and special ambassador. He was a renown Republican Leader who ran for President of the United States three times; once in 1980,
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