Todos con Titus 2018
Dina Titus Launches Todos con Titus 2018 - Latino leaders announce their support for Congresswoman Titus' re-election campaign.
April 23, 2018
Las Vegas, NV – On Monday, April 23rd, nearly 30 Latino leaders across the Las Vegas Valley announced their support for Congresswoman Dina Titus's re-election campaign to Nevada's First District at the Latin Chamber of Commerce Nevada Inc. The list includes Nevada Latino legislators like Senator Yvanna Cancela, Senator Moises Denis, Assemblyman Nelson Araujo, and Assemblyman Edgar Flores, Councilmen Coffin and Barron, representatives from community and civic organizations, educational institutions, and small businesses.
“What you want in an elected official is one who will listen. Dina has always had an open door to our community. She listens and fights for us.”—Senator Moises Denis
“I am pleased to endorse Congresswoman Titus for her re-election to Nevada’s First District, the most culturally diverse district in Nevada. Congresswoman Titus and I share a commitment to protecting DREAMers and immigration reform that provides undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship. Congresswoman Titus cares deeply about the Latino community and I look forward to continuing to serve Nevada with her.”—Senator Yvanna Cancela
"For much of my life, I have been lucky enough to watch Congresswoman Dina Titus tirelessly serve our community. Neighborhoods like 28th Street, where I grew up, are fortunate to have a champion like her as their representative in Congress. She has been a role model for women in a line of work all too often dominated by men, a dedicated public servant, and a great mentor and friend. I am excited to support Congresswoman Titus in her bid for reelection and I look forward to continue working with her to strengthen our great state."—Assemblyman Nelson Araujo, Democratic candidate for Secretary of State
Todos con Titus: Senator Yvanna Cancela, Senator Mo Denis, Assemblyman Nelson Araujo, Assemblyman Richard Carrillo, Assemblyman Edgar Flores, Councilman Isaac Barron, Councilman Bob Coffin, former CCSD Trustee Stavan Corbett, Astrid Silva, President of the Latin Chamber of Commerce Nevada Inc. Peter Guzman, Randy Soltero, Tony Sanchez, Elaine Sanchez, Sylvia Lazos, Francisco Aguilar, Irene Aguilar, Francisco Morales, Leo Murrieta, Luis Valera, Lupe Areole, Artie Blanco, Ruben Garcia, Larry Mason, Max Gonzalez, Lupita Davila, Felipe Miranda, José Meléndrez, Carlos Gomez, Claudia Najarro, and Susana Navarrete.