Her win will give the council six women and additional diversity. She will become the third Latina councilmember, following Councilmember Lorena Gonzalez, re-elected this year to Position 9, and Councilmember Debora Juarez who is both Native-American and Mexican-American.
“I think it means that our democracy is beginning to reflect our community more and more,” said Mosqueda.
“I think it means we can get a lot done around equal pay, around protections in the work place and making sure more of us as working families can afford to stay and live in the city and have greater shared prosperity,” she continued. … Read More