Alejandro Mendoza

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Alejandro Mendoza
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Alex Mendoza in Los Angeles, CA on October 16, 2011, the day after his nomination for Vice President of the United States
Personal details
Born (1977-01-04)January 4, 1977
Riverside, California, United States
Alma mater Dallas County Community College, University of North Texas

Alejandro "Alex" Mendoza (born April 25, 1977) is an American former Marine, owner of a lawn care business and democratic socialist politician from Dallas, Texas who was the vice presidential candidate for the 2012 elections, with the nomination of the Socialist Party USA.[1] Mendoza, of Texas, ran with Stewart Alexander of California for President.[2] Mendoza is currently serving as the State Chair for the Socialist Party of Texas.

Mendoza was born in Riverside, California to parents who immigrated from Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. Mendoza graduated from Palm Springs High School in 1995. Shorty after graduation, Mendoza joined the United State Marine Corps for four years, and served with the most decorated regiment in the Marine Corps, the 5th Marine Regiment. Mendoza moved to Texas shortly after honorably serving in the Marines. Mendoza has spent the previous years working in the Information Technology field and has worked all over the world (Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, England, and Argentina). Mendoza is now an independent business owner of a local sustainable lawn care business.[3]

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Party political offices
Preceded by
Stewart Alexander
Socialist Party Vice Presidential candidate
2012
Succeeded by
To be determined