Who is Maria Estrada?
Maria Estrada is a long term Community Advocate who was sick and tired of local politicians serving special interests versus being Public Servants. Maria Estrada advocates for Environmental Justice, Health Care for All, fighting corruption in local government, and supporting the low-income communities within AD 63 (Bell, Cudahy, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, Lynwood, Paramount, Long Beach, Maywood, and South Gate).
Maria Estrada is endorsed by several groups such as American Indian Movement of Southern California, Our Revolution Long Beach, and the Progressive Democratic Club to name a few. But most importantly Maria Estrada is endorsed by the people she plans to serve.
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Vote: November 6, 2018
District 63 has been poorly represented and I would like the opportunity to represent the people of the 63rd.
I am here to say that I would like the opportunity to serve the people of the 63rd, mi gente, and help right some of the wrongs that have been occurring in this district for decades. My parents are from San Buenaventura, Chihuahua, Mexico. They immigrated to California, worked hard, and eventually were able to purchase their first home in 1973 in Lynwood.
My parents and I in Compton, 1972
My uncle and I in Ciudad Juarez, 1975
About Maria Estrada
I am the sixth of seven children, a mother of two, a son and a daughter, and a grandmother of two more.
I received my entire education in Lynwood, right here in the 63rd District.
I attended WIll Rogers Elementary School, Fred W. Hosler Junior High School, and graduated from Lynwood High School(back when it was located at Carlin and Bullis on the Compton border).
I started working in an office when I was 15 years old, and I graduated Lynwood High School in 1986, that same year my son was my first born.