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LUPE PAC CALLS FOR DRIVERS’ LICENSES FOR IMMIGRANTS TRENTON, NJ – June 20, 2019 — Our next door neighbor, New York State, took a bold, courageous step this week becoming the 13th state to grant [...]

Getting Out the Latina Vote in NJ

Latinas [in New Jersey] are moving full throttle to do everything in their power to win the Nov. 6 election. To this end, they brought in activist Janet Murguía, president of UnidosUS – formerly [...]

Ray Perez Named Award Winner by LUPEPAC

Ray Perez, a partner in Connell Foley’s Public Finance Group, has been named a winner of the Compadre Award by the Latinas United for Political Empowerment PAC (LUPEPAC). Ray will be [...]

LUPE PAC Announces Endorsement for Latinas Running for Local Office in the 2018 General Election

New Jersey- October 23, 2018– LUPE PAC proudly announces the endorsement of the following Latina candidates running for local office in the 2018 General election: Celeste Fernandez: Atlantic [...]

Patricia Campos-Medina on the art of being a modern Latina

“The definition of success might be different for each of us. For me, I feel successful when I attain a certain level of personal or professional achievement and at the same time, I’m able to [...]

The Backgrounder: An Interview with Patricia Campos

In this episode, she tells the story of how she came to the United States from El Salvador at the age of 14 not knowing English, and then four years later she was accepted at Cornell University’s [...]

Guest Voz: The “Concrete Ceiling” in politics causes too many Latinas to “lean out” of their ethnicity

Diversity is about having different types of people at the table partaking in the decision-making with men and women as equals. I have been amazed by the tone of the discussion around both [...]