Julian Castro, son of Mexican immigrant, to take on Trump in 2020
Saturday, 12 January 2019 Texas Democrat Julian Castro formally launched his White House bid on Saturday, entering as a dark horse candidate in a likely crowded field vying to challenge US president Donald Trump in the November 2020 election. Mr Castro (44) is a former San Antonio mayor and top US housing official. He is the grandson of a Mexican immigrant and would be the first Hispanic elected president. He served as secretary of housing and urban development under former president Barack Obama and has long been viewed as a rising star in the party. He will seek to position himself as a political outsider with...
Democrats to Battle Back Against Trump's National Emergency Declaration A new bill is in the works from representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Joaquin Castro of Texas. The legislation..
Kristen Gillibrand Announces 2020 Presidential Campaign The Democrat announced her official plans during an appearance on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.' Kristen Gillibrand, via 'The Late Show'..
Texas Democrat Julian Castro, a former San Antonio mayor who went on to be the top U.S. housing official, formally announced his White House bid on Saturday, making him the first Hispanic in what looks..
According to Reuters, former mayor of San Antonio, Texas Julian Castro has launched his candidacy for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Castro, who was the Secretary of the Housing and Urban..