GOP businessman elected to state Hispanic group
Arellano wants to spread conservative message to Sterling, Rock Falls Latinos
DIXON – Liandro “Li” Arellano wants to spread the conservative message to Latinos in Sterling and Rock Falls, where he said there will be an ongoing political battle for votes.
Arellano, 31, of Dixon, was elected Saturday to be first vice chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly of Illinois. He has served as chairman of the Sauk Valley chapter of the organization for 2 years; this is his first office position with the state group.
The organization’s main goals are to communicate the Republican agenda to Latinos and provide them with a forum to play an influential role in local, state and party activities.
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