Washington, DC – Acompañada por muchos partidarios, amigos y colegas, la Congresista Sylvia Garcia (TX-29) hizo historia hoy cuando llegó a ser una de las primeras dos mujeres a representar el estado de Texas en el congreso de los EEUU.
Washington, DC – Joined by many supporters, friends, and colleagues, Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia (TX-29) made history today when she was sworn in as one of the first two Latinas ever to represent the State of Texas in the U.S. Congress.
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