Unidos con Romanoff (endorsements)

The Endorsements for each candidate for US Senate is meaningful for gauging support of the candidates.

Here is the announcement for Andrew Romanoff’s endorsement from the Latino community.

Latino Leaders ‘Unidos Con Romanoff’

US Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff was endorsed by more than 150 leaders from Colorado’s Latino community today, giving the campaign more momentum heading into the statewide precinct caucuses on Tunesday

The “Unidos Con Romanoff” list includes three of the four Latino members of the state legislature, plus the only Latino to have served as Speaker of the House, former Rep. Ruben Valdez.

The endorsers come from around the state, including Alamosa, Antonito, Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Commerce City, Centennial, Denver, Fort Garland, Gilcrest, Greeley, La Junta, Lakewood, Las Animas, Littleton, Northglenn, Pueblo, Romeo, Saguache, Thornton, Trinidad and Westminster.

Polls have consistently shown Romanoff to be the most electable Democrat in the race. The most recent poll, released Friday, shows Romanoff leading all the Republican candidates.

Here’s the “Unidos Con Romanoff” list:

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1 Lucille Aandahl

2 Josie Acosta

3 Ray Aguilera

City Councilor

4 Ernie Andrade

Founder, Cumbres

5 JoAnn Andrade

6 Aurita Apodaca

Former Candidate Westminster City Council

7 Marylou Archuleta

8 Kathy Archuleta

9 Dario Archuleta

Saguache City Councilor

10 Gerald Arguello

11 Margaret Atencio

Second Vice Chair, State Democratic Party

12 Tencha Avila

13 Ellen Baca

14 Polly Baca

Former State Senator

15 Patricia Barela Rivera

Former State Director, Small Business Administration

16 Miguel Barragan

17 Angel Barrientos

18 Bettina Elza Basanow

19 Frank Bellacosa

20 Beatriz Bonnet

21 Juana Bordas

22 Ernest Brito

23 Jane Brito

24 Edward Casso

State Representative

25 Selena Casso

26 Sonny Chavez

27 Jan Chavez

28 Jane Cisneros

29 Randy Cisneros

30 Renee Cisneros

31 John Cisneros

32 Fran Coleman

Former State Representative

33 Veronica Cordova

34 Johnnie Cordova

35 Ted Cruz

36 Ted Deherrera

37 Maria Delgado

38 Crisanta Duran

Democratic State Executive Committee

39 Leon Duran

40 Joe Duran

41 Andrea Duran Carpenter

42 Antonio B.Esquibel

43 Julia Gallegos

44 Mark Gallegos

45 Jason Garcia

46 Gloria Padilla Garcia

47 Jim Garcia

48 Theresa Garcia

49 Rod Gomez

50 April Gonzales

51 Paul Gonzales

52 Victor Gonzales

53 Pamela Gonzales

54 Maria Gonzalez

55 Oscar Guevara

56 Justin Herrera

57 Alma Herrera

58 Anel Herrera

59 Jennifer Herrera

Democratic State Exec Comm

60 Ora Jaramillo

61 Gloria  Jimenez

62 Richard Jimenez

63 Sam Lopez

64 Matthew Lopez

65 Ted Lopez

66 Shirley Lucero

67 Arlette Lucero

68 Ed Lucero

69 Joshua Lucero

70 Donna Lucero

71 Frana Araujo Mace

Former State Representative

72 Cynthia Martinez

Brighton City Councilor

73 Donnie Martinez

74 Andre Martinez

75 Leonard Martinez

76 Joelle Martinez

77 Ramona Martinez

78 Lawrence Martinez

79 Larry Martinez

80 Laura Martinez

81 Michele Martinez

82 Cynthia Martinez

83 Cecelia E. Mascarenas

84 Andrea Merida

Denver Board of Education

85 Ramon Montoya

86 Michael Montoya

Las Animas City Councilor

87 Jim Montoya

Las Animas County Commissioner

88 Pat Moore

Former Chair, Adams County Democratic Party

89 Dominick Moreno

Commerce City Councilor

90 Michael Moreno

La Junta City Councilor

91 Rick Munoz

92 Alfonso Nunez

93 Anthony Nunez

Pueblo County Commissioner

94 Jesse Ogas

95 Irene Olguin

96 Raymond Olguin

97 Diana Ortiz

98 Gilbert Ortiz

Pueblo County Clerk

99 Gilbert  Ortiz, Sr.

100 Diego Osuna

101 Sheri Paiz

Northglenn Mayor Pro Tem

102 Edie Pedroza

103 Janessa Pedroza

104 Lila Pedroza

105 Cindy Pena

106 James Pinto

107 Betty Ramirez

108 Joyce Ramirez

109 Trish Rayl

110 Nicole Retana

111 Rosanna Reyes

112 Jerry Richardson

First Vice Chair, Adams County Latino Initiative

113 Raul Rodriguez

114 Greg Romero

115 Gil Romero

Former State Representative

116 Francisco Ruybalid

Las Animas County District Attorney

117 Richard Salas

118 Cindy Schlessinger

119 Grace Sena

120 Lawrence Sena

Las Animas Mayor

121 Guillermo Serna

122 Rachel Serna

123 Malinda Serna

124 Javier Serna

125 Stella Silva

126 Stella Silva

127 Judy Solano

State Representative

128 Manny Solano

129 Jose Tafoya

130 Louella Tanguma

131 Abel Tapia

State Senator

132 Oscar Torres

Gilcrest City Councilor

133 Laura Trujilllo

134 Bernard Trujilllo

135 Rich Valdez

Small Business Owner

136 April Valdez

137 Ruben Valdez

Former House Speaker

138 Amber Valdez

139 Lucille Vela

Former Chair, Adams County Jane Jeffersons

140 Pilar Velasquez

141 Robert Velro

142 Annabell Vigil

Former Vice Chair, Adams County Jane Jeffersons

143 Jackie Vigil

144 John Vigil

145 Joyce Vigil

146 Valerie Vigil

Former President, Adams County Young Democrats

147 Valentine Vigil

Thornton City Councilor, Former State Representative HD 32

148 Jeff Vigil

149 Edward Vigil

State Representative

150 Alex Villagran

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  1. TheDeminator says:

    Bennet’s campaign said these Latino leaders have signed on:

       – U.S. Rep. John Salazar, 3rd Congressional District

       – Adrienne Benavidez Office of the Governor, Director of Finance and Procurement

       – Celina Benavidez Former Colorado State Representative

       – Barbara Brohl Member, Regional Transportation District

       – Mario Carrera General Manager, EntraVision Colorado

       – Juanita Chacon Former Director, Regional Transportation District

       – Nolbert Chavez Former Colorado State Representative

       – Dr. Ramon Del Castillo Professor, Metropolitan State College, and Latino Literary Figure

       – Eric Duran Vice President, Davidson & Co. , Business Leader

       – Lisa Duran Executive Director, Rights for All People

       – Joe Davalos Vice Chairman, National Image

       – Zee Ferrufino CEO/Owner, KBNO Spanish Radio

       – Dr. Estevan Flores Interim Director, LARASA

       – Lawrence Gallegos Clerk and Recorder, Conejos County

       – Leroy Garcia Councilman, City of Pueblo

       – Stephanie Garcia President, Pueblo City Schools Board

       – Rick Garcia Councilman, City and County of Denver

       – Angela Giron Candidate, Colorado State Senate District 3

       – Julie Gonzales Director, Reform Immigration for America

       – Nita Gonzales Executive Director, Escuela Tlatelolco

       – Rudy Gonzales Executive Director, Servicios de la Raza

       – Monica Guardiola Board Member, Colorado Hispanic Bar Association

       – Dusti Gurule Executive Director, Latina Initiative

       – Vicki Lara Executive Director, Voto Latino

       – Dr. Virgilio Licona Associate Medical Director, Salud Family Health Centers

       – Kathy Lopez Chair, Weld County Latina Chamber of Commerce r

       – Paul Lopez Councilman, City and County of Denver

       – Gene Lucero Co-Chair, Colorado Latino Forum and Business Leader

       – Michelle Lucero Board of Trustees, Metropolitan State College

       – Christopher Martinez Vice Chair, Regional Transportation District

       – Cynthia “Cyndi” Martinez Councilwoman, Brighton City Council

       – Pam Martinez Executive Director, Jovenes Unidos

       – Ricardo Martinez Executive Director, Padres Unidos

       – Scott Martinez Associate Attorney, Holland and Hart

       – Don Mares Executive Director, Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment

       – Isaac Medrano Director, Democracia USA Colorado

       – Judy Montero Councilwoman, City and County of Denver

       – Fidel “Butch” Montoya Former Deputy Mayor, City and County of Denver

       – Keith Montoya Owner, Doc 1 Solutions Business Leader

       – Pres Montoya Former Board Member, Greeley-Evans School Board

       – Marta Moreno Executive Director, El Comite de Longmont

       – Chris Munoz Former Clerk and Recorder, Pueblo County

       – Debbie Ortega Former Councilwoman, City and County of Denver

       – Richard Pabon Member, Adams County Democratic Party Executive Committee and Community Activist

       – Theresa Pena President, Denver School Board

       – Daniel Ramos Student Body President, University of Colorado

       – Gil Reyes Assessor, Adams County

       – Mannie Rodriguez Member, Democratic National Committee

       – Martha Rubi Former Chairwoman, Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

       – Arnold Salazar Board of Trustees, Adams State College

       – Marguerite Salazar President/CEO of Valley Wide Health Systems

       – Joseph Salazar Board Member, Colorado Latino Forum and Civil Rights Attorney

       – Alex Sanchez Communications Director, Denver Public Schools and Chairman of LARASA Board of Directors

       – Maria Sanchez Executive Director, Realizing Our Community

       – Paul Sandoval Former Colorado State Senator

       – Paula Sandoval Senator, Colorado State Legislature

       – TommyRay Sena Latino Community Activist

       – Henry Solano Business Manager, Pipefitters Local 208

       – Theresa Solano President and CEO, Latina Chamber of Denver

       – Eddie Soto Coordinator, San Juan Citizens Alliance

       – Linda Trimberger Board Member, Greeley-Evans School Districts

       – Debbie Trujillo Chair Elect, Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

       – Ellen Alires Trujillo Board Member, Colorado Hispanic Bar Association

       – Lorenzo Trujillo Associate Dean, University of Colorado School of Law

       – Theresa Trujillo Southern Colorado Director, Colorado Progressive Coalition

       – Jessie Ulibarri Executive Director, Mi Familia Vota

       – Carlos Valverde Executive Director, Colorado Progressive Coalition

       – Linda Velasquez Councilwoman, City of Trinidad

       – Susie Velasquez Public Trustee, Weld County

       – Maria Young Executive Director, Colorado Professional Latino Advancement Network

       – Linda Trimberger Board Member, Greeley-Evans School Districts

       – Debbie Trujillo Chair Elect, Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

       – Ellen Alires Trujillo Board Member, Colorado Hispanic Bar Association

       – Lorenzo Trujillo Associate Dean, University of Colorado School of Law

       – Theresa Trujillo Southern Colorado Director, Colorado Progressive Coalition

       – Jessie Ulibarri Executive Director, Mi Familia Vota

       – Carlos Valverde Executive Director, Colorado Progressive Coalition

       – Linda Velasquez Councilwoman, City of Trinidad

       – Susie Velasquez Public Trustee, Weld County

       – Maria Young Executive Director, Colorado Professional Latino Advancement Network

  2. I’ll be at the National Rally at the Lincoln memorial next week for Reform for America

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