Dear LCR Members, Friends, Supporters:


With 2018 coming in fast, accompanied 
by midterm elections, it time we regroup and ensure we have a say in who will represent our community! 2017 has been a challenging year for the Latino Community Roundtable (LCR). However, our Latino community leaders and neighbors are resilient, and we intend to keep LCR strong and active; we need your support and initiative to do so.
On behalf of the LCR Board of Directors, I regret to inform you that we recently received a letter of resignation from Rebecca Harrington, LCR President. We wish her the best in her future endeavors and thank her for her hard work and leadership.


LCR MONTHLY MEETINGS:
Meetings will continue to be on the Second Thursday of each month 
at the discretion of the Board to change dates. 

LOCAL POLITICAL CANDIDATES FORUM

LCR held our first Stanislaus County Candidates Forum on April 12th, 2018.  We are proud to announce that we have endorsed Juan Alanis for Sheriff, Patrick Kolasinski for District Attorney and Don Davis for Superintendent of Schools. These candidates have a platform that are most in line with the goals and objectives of LCR.  We will be moderating our next Candidates Forum on Thursday April 26th, 2018 for Stanislaus County's District 3 Board of Supervisors. This forum will also be a lunch meeting. You may contact our President, Aaron Anguiano (209) 567-1040 or Secretary, Amanda Duran (209) 287-9347 if you would like to purchase your lunch ticket in advance (Mexican lunch buffet $20.00). District 10 Congressional Candidates will also be present to meet with you and answer any questions you may have.  We look forward to seeing you there! 












I want to personally take this time to thank you for your continued support to LCR.  Next year will be a busy year for LCR. We will return to Political issues and especially set up a Legislative Committee and endorse the candidates or Measures on the Ballot that we feel will serve our community in our best interest.  Next year, there will be national, state, and local elections.  If you are interested in getting involved in issues that affect our community, LCR has opportunities for you to get involved.

On behalf of LCR, we wish you the best for this year. 

Sincerely,
AARON ANGUIANO
LCR PRESIDENT

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EVENTS

"CANDIDATES FORUM"

​​Thursday, April 26, 2018

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

​PLACE: Red Event Center

921 8th Modesto, CA 95351


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​LCR is committed to improving the political, social and economic conditions of Latinos in Stanislaus County. LCR will leverage the status and power of existing organizations and will serve as a think-tank to provide direction and leadership to the entire Latino community. 

We are a non-partisan political educational organization engaged in furthering the social welfare of the Latino Community of Stanislaus County through educational and other activities under IRC 501(c)(4) since 1997.


 


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