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[ John A. Rosales Secretary of State campaign pamphlet ]

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Title:
[ John A. Rosales Secretary of State campaign pamphlet ]
Creator:
Committee for John A. Rosales
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Denver, CO
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Committee for John A. Rosales
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English

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Campaign pamphlet for John A. Rosales, who ran for Colorado Secretary of State in 1970

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VOTE FOR
the man who received the majority
vote from the Democratic State
Convention.-
JOHN A.
ROSALES
FOR COLORADOS
Secretary of State
PRIMARY ELECTION SEPTEMBER 8. 1970
GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 3. 1970
NOV - 1970
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HE IS ELECTABLE
Rosales is a Colorado Native
Rosales was educated in the Colorado school
system
Worked at CF & IUnion Member
Former employee of Pueblo Army Depot
John and his wife, Pat, a teacher at Heaton Jr.
High School, have eight children:
Mike, 23, a Vietnam Vet.,Js a junior at UNC.
John P., 19, a sophomore at SCSC.
Marie, 17; Lizbeth, 16; Patti Jo, 15; Suzy, 14;
Charles, 13; and James, II are students in
Pueblo Schools.
HE IS QUALIFIED
Attended Pueblo Junior College.
Received B. A. at Colorado State College,
I960.
Received M. A. at Colorado College, I960.
Post-graduate studies at Colorado University,
Rice University, Loyola University at Los
Angeles, Denver University, and Southern Colo-
rado State College.
Counselor, Southern Colorado State College.
Instructor, Pueblo Public Schools, 17 years.
Life member, National Education Association.
Member, Colorado Education Association. (Also,
a member of Human Relations Commission of
CEA).
Phi Delta Kappa.
1966 recipient of the "Outstanding Alumni
Award" from Colorado State College (now
UNC) in Greeley.
1964, "Outstanding Educator Award"-Sertoma
Club of Pueblo.
1962, Journalism Fellow Award to the University
of Colorado.
John is a WW II Veteran, U.S. Navy. He also
served for four years with the National Guard.
Delegate, Democratic National Convention,
1968.
Democratic picket Secauee
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HE HAS EXTENSIVE
GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE
Served Four years on Pueblo City Council.
Served Two years as Vice-President of Pueblo
City Council. v
Immediate past president of District VI, Colo-
rado Municipal League.
ROSALES IS A CONSULTANT TO:
Community Relations Service, U.S* Department
of Justice;
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare;
Upward Bound Program, Washington, D.C.;
Bi-National Development Corp.,-Honduras, Cen-
tral America, U.S.-Aid,
ROSALES IS A MEMBER OF:
Pueblo Urban Renewal Authority,
San Isabel Advisory Council,
Pueblo Chapter, Colorado Tuberculosis and
Respiratory Disease Assn.,
Pueblo Committee of Colorado State Fair,
Southwest Council of La Raza,
National Education Task Force, (U.S. Depart-
ment Health Education & Welfare).
ROSALES SERVED IN "COMMUNITY AFFAIRS"
American Red Cross, Water Safety and First
Aid Instructor.
Board Member, Pueblo Community Action
Agency.
Member Citizens Service Organization.
Member Latin American Educational Founda-
tion. (Pueblo Chapter).
Supervisor, Pueblo Junior Softball Programs.
Manager, Pueblo Municipal Swimming Pool.
Member, Bishop's Advisory Board, Pueblo
Diocese.


JOHN A. ROSALES
The Most Electable, Qualified and
Experienced Candidate for
SECRETARY OF STATE
Is a Life-Long Democrat:
Served as Committee man in Pueblo, Colo-
rado.
Elected as Delegate to 1968 Democratic
National Convention.
Now serves as Secretary to Colorado State
Democratic Central Committee.
John received first line designation for
Secretary of State at the State Democratic
Delegate Assembly in June.
Rosales Pledges:
1. Efficiency and updating of procedures if
elected as Colorado Secretary of State.
2. To serve as Advisor to the Governor on in-
volvement of Minority Citizens in Government.
3. To work for elected law reforms ... So that
more people can vote Not Less!
4. To administer his office as Chief State Elec-
tion official so all of Colorado Citizens will
participate in the Democratic Election process.
5. To re-evaluate the Issuing of State Licenses
to insure that all are treated fairly and without
discrimination.
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Committee for JOHN A. ROSALES
Secretary of State |
CHARLES FLETT, Campaign Chairman (Arvada) |
HERRICK ROTH, Honorary Chairman (Denver) 1
TONY MANGUSO, Co-Chairman (Pueblo) f
J. CARLOS LUCERO, Co-Chairmah (Boulder) 1
MRS. RICHARD VIGIL, Finance Chairman (Commerce City) |
MRS. BETTY WILSON, Special Activities Coordinator (Pueblo) 1
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