About Lydia Hernandez:

First Posted: 10/2016
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Rather than support the Democratic candidate, Ann Kirkpatrick, Lydia again backed the Republican. Proving yet again that Lydia Hernandez is a Democrat in name only and NOT worth any ones  vote.



Former Az Democratic State Legislator Lydia Hernandez Says Thereís No Voter Suppression!

Apr. 12. 2016


Democrat AZ Representative Lydia Hernandez Endorses Doug Ducey

Oct. 9, 2014

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GOP Table Scraps?
Oct. 3, 2014

Know Your Anti-Choice Democratic Candidates In Arizona. Part 2.

Aug. 5, 2014


Carlos Galindo National Political Show Host: Mary Rose Wilcox Should Reject Lydia Hernandez' Endorsement Of Wilcox For CD
May 6, 2014


"Are you gay?" AZ District 29 legislative debate

Stonewall Democrats of Arizona denounce Lydia Hernandez

Stonewall Democrats of Arizona
3 May, 2014



On Wednesday, April 31, 2014 the West Side Town Hall Steering Committee held a bipartisan candidate debate for legislative candidates in district 29 (a Phoenix LD). During the event Francisco Mendoza, a top financial donor and campaign manager for LD 29 State House Rep. Lydia Hernandez, asked "when it comes to preferences, and we have children here so I will not say the word, when it comes to those love preferences, do you prefer the same gender?" While questions of this sort are common among the Tea Party, they are out of place amongst Democrats. A personís orientation should have no bearing in regards elected office. She did neither at that time nor since distance herself or her campaign from these comments and has not denounced them or her manager in any way. Stonewall has repeatedly attempted to contact Rep. Hernandez in regards this issue but with no results. In consideration of these comments and others, the failure of Rep. Hernandez to denounce Mr. Mendoza and reject his comments, Stonewall Democrats of Arizona, as of today (May 3) denounce LD-29 State Representative Lydia Hernandez and support the candidacy of State Rep. Martin Quezada for State Senate LD-29. 



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