List of Hispanic and Latino Republicans

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The following is an alphabetically ordered list of notable Latino members of the United States Republican Party, past and present.

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  • Romana Acosta Bañuelos (former U.S. Treasurer, first Hispanic sub-cabinet official)
  • José Celso Barbosa (medical doctor, sociologist, political leader, founder of Republican Party of Puerto Rico)
  • Jon Barela (former Congressional candidate from New Mexico)
  • Gustavo Barreiro (Florida State Representative)
  • Hector Barreto (former SBA Administrator)
  • Claudia Bermúdez (businesswoman and former GOP congressional nominee)
  • Henry Bonilla (former U.S. Congressman from Texas)
  • George P. Bush (attorney, Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office, son of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush)

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Ted Cruz, Junior Senator from Texas

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Luis Fortuño, 9th Governor of Puerto Rico

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Alberto Gonzales, 80th Attorney General

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  • Tirso del Junco (former chair, California Republican Party and former chair, Republican National Hispanic Assembly)

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Raúl Labrador, Congressman from Idaho's 1st District

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Susana Martinez, 31st Governor of New Mexico

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  • John Quinones (former Florida State Representative, Osceola County Commissioner)

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Marco Rubio, Junior Senator from Florida

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Brian Sandoval, left, 29th Governor of Nevada

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  • Jaci Velasquez (singer)
  • Raul Danny Vargas (businessman, media commentator and political activist)
  • Massey Villarreal (businessman, former National Chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly)
  • Barbara Vucanovich (Representative from Nevada)

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Albert C. Zapanta, current City Council member, Irving TX; former Assistant Secretary of the Interior appointed by President Gerald Ford, White House Fellow under President Richard Nixon.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tulsa GOP Selects New Leadership". Sooner Politics.org. Retrieved 2017-03-27.
  2. ^ "Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women - Commissioners". apps.ok.gov. Retrieved 2017-03-27.
  3. ^ "Orlando Sanchez". Orlando Sanchez. Retrieved 2018-03-10.

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