Meet Your 2011-12 Hispanic-American Senator Candidate

Today we meet Juan Jose Garcia, the only candidate for Hispanic-American Senator.

Info after jump.

Name: Juan Jose Garcia

Classification (FR, SO, JR, SR): Sophomore

Expected Graduation: May 2013

Major(s): Philosophy, Spanish, Political Science

Campaign Website: Unknown

Activities/Organizations You’re Involved In at SMU: Leadership Certificate Program (LCP), L.E.A.D., League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), College Hispanic American Students (CHAS)

Awards/Honors You’ve Been Given at SMU: [Ed. note: left blank]

Why are you running for Hispanic-American Senator?

I am running for Hispanic-American Senator to further establish the representation and voice of the Hispanic-American community here at SMU.

What do you hope to accomplish as Hispanic-American Senator if you’re elected?

If elected, I hope to establish a better form of communication and involvement for my constituents to further increase my efficiency as a Senator and of Student Senate. I also hope to better represent and voice the interests through interactive relationships with my constituents.

What’s your campaign slogan (if you have one)?

[Ed. note: left blank]

Why should SMU students vote for you?

As I maintain a significant involvement and have an increased knowledge of the interests and concerns of the Hispanic/Latino Community here at SMU, I believe that I can fully represent my constituency and fulfill the role of Hispanic-American Senator.

What’s your favorite thing about SMU?

My favorite thing about SMU is its presence in Dallas and the surrounding communities. Pony Up!

What, if anything, needs to change at SMU?

[Ed. note: left blank]

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About Meredith Shamburger

Meredith is a journalist working for the Longview News-Journal in Longview, Texas.
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One Response to Meet Your 2011-12 Hispanic-American Senator Candidate

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