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Largest Latino Center-Right Group to Host Kick-Off Event in Philadelphia to Celebrate Opening of Local Chapter

Largest Latino Center-Right Group to Host Kick-Off Event in Philadelphia to Celebrate Opening of Local Chapter

Daniel Garza, President of The Libre Initiative Invites you to a Kick-Off event with Former Congresswoman Mayra Flores

PHILADELPHIA, PA — On Thursday, March 21st, The LIBRE Initiative, the largest center-right Latino organization in the country, will be celebrating its expansion into Pennsylvania through a kick-off event in Philadelphia with Special guests Daniel Garza, president of the LIBRE Initiative and former Congresswoman Mayra Flores from Texas (see below for more on fmr Rep. Flores). 
Jennie Dallas, Strategic Director of The LIBRE Initiative for Pennsylvania, released the following statement: 
“The Latino community in Pennsylvania is strong and always growing.  This is why we are thrilled to kick-off a LIBRE chapter in our great state. Through LIBRE we are going to work with our community toward empowering all Latinos to overcome barriers and reach their full potential. We remain committed to advancing freedom-oriented solutions to bring about prosperity and opportunity for all.” 
Media Should RSVP with Israel Ortega, 202-345-9130
Who: The Libre Initiative, Pennsylvania Chapter
When: Thursday, March 21, 5:30 to 10:00 pm ET
Where: Hilton Philadelphia Penns Landing201 S Christopher Columbus Blvd.Philadelphia, PA 19106 

Background:The LIBRE Initiative is a national organization dedicated to empowering the Hispanic community to reach its full potential by promoting and fighting for freedom-oriented solutions at the state and federal levels. We leverage the strengths of our community to transform lives and policies, partnering with community leaders, activists, faith groups and business owners, to advance legislation that breaks down barriers to opportunity.

About special guest Mayra Flores:
Mayra Flores represented Texas’s 34th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 2022 to 2023. She was the first female Mexican-born member of the House.Flores was born in Burgos, Tamaulipas, Mexico; her family moved to the United States when she was six years old before she gained citizenship at age 14. Before her congressional campaign, she worked as a respiratory therapist. In June 2022, a special election in Texas’s 34th congressional district was held after Democratic Representative Filemon Vela Jr. resigned. Flores won the election, defeating three other candidates. 

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