Lydia Camarillo

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Democratic National Convention
Los Angeles, CA
Ms. Camarillo coordinated the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles, which attracted international attention with the presidential nomination of Vice President Al Gore. She was the first Hispanic to ever hold that top post in either the Democratic or Republican parties. She is the former executive director of the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, and she also was the chairwoman and founding member of the National Community Latino Leadership.
Lydia Camarillo
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