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April 5, 1998 | BOB RECTOR, Bob Rector is op-ed editor for the Valley and Ventura County editions
Richard Quevedo is co-chairman of the Southwest Voter Project's program to register Latino voters in the San Fernando Valley. Using volunteers, the group is blanketing schools, churches and shopping areas to register as many eligible Latino voters as possible in time for the June and November elections, an effort that could significantly alter Valley voting and political demographics. Quevedo recently talked about his group's efforts.
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April 19, 1998
How sadly ironic. The same day your newspaper published an editorial urging residents of Los Angeles to "Find the Common Ground" away from divisiveness and balkanization (April 5), the paper also featured an interview in which Richard Quevedo, co-chair of the Southwest Voter Registration Project, seemed to isolate one ethnic community's interests over the entire community in all its wonderful diversity. In that interview, Quevedo said: "If we have a community made up of a certain ethnic group, it's important that we take from that ethnic group leaders that come from the community.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 1998
How sadly ironic. The same day your newspaper published an editorial urging residents of Los Angeles to "Find the Common Ground" away from divisiveness and balkanization (April 5), the paper also featured an interview in which Richard Quevedo, co-chair of the Southwest Voter Registration Project, seemed to isolate one ethnic community's interests over the entire community in all its wonderful diversity. In that interview, Quevedo said: "If we have a community made up of a certain ethnic group, it's important that we take from that ethnic group leaders that come from the community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1998 | BOB RECTOR, Bob Rector is op-ed editor for the Valley and Ventura County editions
Richard Quevedo is co-chairman of the Southwest Voter Project's program to register Latino voters in the San Fernando Valley. Using volunteers, the group is blanketing schools, churches and shopping areas to register as many eligible Latino voters as possible in time for the June and November elections, an effort that could significantly alter Valley voting and political demographics. Quevedo recently talked about his group's efforts.
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October 7, 1995 | KAY HWANGBO
Two Sherman Oaks residents, Richard Quevedo and Walter Daugherty, have been nominated by Mayor Richard Riordan to two city commissions. Quevedo, assistant business manager for Laborers Union Local 300, has been nominated to the Affordable Housing Commission. The commission evaluates the effectiveness of housing-related public policies and programs, particularly those meant to serve the poor, seniors and families.
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March 14, 1999 | ANTONIO OLIVO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pungent smoke spiraled from the burning sage being passed around a circle of 30 new friends celebrating both the herb's traditional symbol of strength and the newfound power they hope will transform the culture and politics of Long Beach. They belong to the Long Beach Latino Leadership Council, one of several new suburban movements in Los Angeles County energized by a growing interest in local issues and growing numbers of Latino voters.
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