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    • In 1983, García was the campaign manager for labor organizer Rudy Lozano, who challenged longtime alderman Frank Stemberk of the 22nd Ward.Jesús "Chuy" García-Wikipedia
    • In the 1987 election when Washington took a majority on the council, he defeated Washington-ally Emma Lozano Rico, the sister of labor activist Rudy Lozano, with 75% of the vote.Terry Gabinski-Wikipedia
    • Lozano's activism began as a volunteer for Centro de Acción Social Action (Center for Autonomous Social Action), originally founded in Los Angeles in 1968 by Bert Corona and Chole Alatorre, which she joined with her brother Rudy Lozano.Emma Lozano-Wikipedia

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