VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?

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In honor of the last week of Hispanic Heritage Month, we're crushing on three men who have continuously made a difference in our community. Tell us who is your favorite by voting below:

Jorge Ramos

The award-winning Univision journalist keeps our eyes glued to the television when sharing the biggest stories of the U.S. – and Latin America.

Antonio Villaraigosa

The 58-year-old Mayor of Los Angeles, California is the third Mexican American to have ever held office in the city. He was a labor organizer before being elected to public office and was named by Time as one of the country’s 25 most influential Latinos.

Julian Castro 

As the current Mayor of San Antonio, Texas, the 37-year-old oversees one of the largest cities in the world – with a majority Hispanic population. An important job, if you ask us.

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