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2002 Hispanic Business Federal Elite

Congress

All 20 Hispanic members of Congress occupy seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Names are followed by political party, state, congressional district, location of district office, and number of terms served.

Anìbal Acevedo-Vilá
D-Commonwealth of P.R.
At large
Terms: 1

Joe Baca
D-CA, 42nd
San Bernardino
Terms: 1

Xavier Becerra
D-CA, 30th
Los Angeles
Terms: 5

Henry Bonilla
R-TX, 23rd
San Antonio
Terms: 5

Lincoln Diaz-Balart
R-FL, 21st
Miami
Terms: 5

Charlie Gonzalez
D-TX, 20th
San Antonio
Terms: 2

Luis Gutierrez
D-IL, 4th
Chicago
Terms: 5

Ruben Hinojosa
D-TX, 15th
McAllen
Terms: 3

Robert Menendez
D-NJ, 13th
Jersey City
Terms: 5
Grace Napolitano
D-CA, 34th
Pico Rivera
Terms: 2

Solomon Ortiz
D-TX, 27th
Corpus Christi
Terms: 10

Ed Pastor
D-AZ, 2nd
Phoenix
Terms: 6

Silvestre Reyes
D-TX, 16th
El Paso
Terms: 3

Ciro Rodriguez
D-TX, 28th
San Antonio
Terms: 2

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
R-FL, 18th
Miami
Terms: 6

Lucille Roybal-Allard
D-CA, 33rd
Los Angeles
Terms: 5

Loretta Sanchez
D-CA, 46th
Garden Grove
Terms: 3

Jose Serrano
D-NY, 16th
Bronx
Terms: 6

Hilda Solis
D-CA, 31st
Alhambra
Terms: 1

Nydia Velázquez
D-NY, 12th
Brooklyn
Terms: 5

Source: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute



Source: HISPANIC BUSINESS magazine


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