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California ProLife Council PAC is the political arm of the state's premiere pro-life organization. As a pro-life supporter, you know that the Right to Life is a legal right that can only be restored if we elect the right people.

Because of the importance of this election, we have decided to highlight particular candidates who are committed to restoring the Right to Life in California. Pedro Rios is one of these candidates

We believe that Pedro, with his personal attributes and experience, along with the near-win he had against Salas two years ago, makes him the ideal pro-life candidate we want in the State Assembly. CPLC PAC highly recommends that you vote Pedro Rios for Assembly District 32 in tomorrow's election.

Yours in Life,
California ProLife Council PAC
Pedro Rios for Assembly District 32
Pedro Rios A small business owner, former two-term Delano City Councilman, dedicated educator, and avid pro-lifer, Pedro Rios has lived in the new reapportioned 32nd Assembly District for twenty-five years. Pedro ran for the State assembly in 2012 and although he did not win and was outspent by his opponent by a 2-1 margin, Pedro came within an eyelash of winning this election. Today he continues as a high school teacher and keeps involved in agriculture and business.

Pedro Rios was born in Mexico, immigrated to America when he was nine years old, and eventually, settled in Delano, California.  He graduated from Delano High School, attended Bakersfield College as well as San Diego State University and earned his bachelor's degree in history from California State University at Bakersfield.  In 1996, he became a U.S. citizen.

Pedro has a YYY pro-life rating on our 2014 General Election Voter Guides. He is endorsed by the California ProLife Council PAC and the National Right to Life PAC.

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