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Iconic labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta stumps for mayoral candidate Cathy Murillo at October 27 rally in De la Guerra Plaza.

Paul Wellman

Iconic labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta stumps for mayoral candidate Cathy Murillo at October 27 rally in De la Guerra Plaza.


LIVE: Dolores Huerta Leads Rally for Mayoral Candidate Cathy Murillo


Speaking at the end of the workweek, renowned labor activist Dolores Huerta led a downtown rally to support mayoral candidate Cathy Murillo. Joined by State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, councilmember Gregg Hart, Congressmember Salud Carbajal, and other community leaders, the rally came on the tail end of the months-long mayoral race.

Watch video of the rally below:

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