Monday, December 19, 2011

Faces Behind Immigration Reform: Martin Quezada

Another attorney.

What a surprise.

Before starting his private law practice, Quezada was a research analyst for the Democratic caucuses of the state House and Senate and was a judicial law clerk in the Arizona Court of Appeals.

He was also a Democratic candidate for State Representative in District 13.

This symbol, printed on his campaign signs, according to Quezada,
 meant that he supports union labor.  Who knew they had a "sign"?

Quezada with Raquel Teran who donated to his campaign:

He was seen at multiple events involving Citizens for a Better Arizona
including the election of Jerry Lewis.

Lydia Guzman, Martin Quezada

Quezada, Blase, Penalosa 

It seems that it would be a bit of a drive from West Phoenix in order to attend
an election night party for a Republican candidate.