Sacramento City Council candidate Eric Guerra, 36, goes door to door to introduce himself to his constituents on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. Guerra, a farmworkers child, picked walnuts and toiled with his family while dreaming of something more. He put himself through school and was senior class president at California State University, Sacramento. He went into politics, got a job at the Capitol and was appointed to the Sacramento Planning Commission. If elected, he would be the first Latino elected to the Sacramento Ctiy Council in nearly 20 years. He also represents the next generation of Sacramento leaders.
Sacramento City Council candidate Eric Guerra, 36, goes door to door to introduce himself to his constituents on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. Guerra, a farmworkers child, picked walnuts and toiled with his family while dreaming of something more. He put himself through school and was senior class president at California State University, Sacramento. He went into politics, got a job at the Capitol and was appointed to the Sacramento Planning Commission. If elected, he would be the first Latino elected to the Sacramento Ctiy Council in nearly 20 years. He also represents the next generation of Sacramento leaders. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Sacramento City Council candidate Eric Guerra, 36, goes door to door to introduce himself to his constituents on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. Guerra, a farmworkers child, picked walnuts and toiled with his family while dreaming of something more. He put himself through school and was senior class president at California State University, Sacramento. He went into politics, got a job at the Capitol and was appointed to the Sacramento Planning Commission. If elected, he would be the first Latino elected to the Sacramento Ctiy Council in nearly 20 years. He also represents the next generation of Sacramento leaders. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

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