By: Francisco Diaz The Laredo Sun
LAREDO, TX. - After completing a period of four years as chairman of the Democratic Party in Webb, Mora looks to become a member of the Education Commission of Texas, a position that has great influence to improve and raise the standard of education in the state.
Mora will run against with two unidentified residents from El Paso, Martha Dominguez and Andrew Wall.
The Laredoan toured throughout the territory corresponding to the position stretching from El Paso to Odessa and then south to end in the Laredo area.
The young politician has a clear goal to reach that position to fight for better conditions for education, especially in poor areas of the state of Texas where state resources are reduced.
Mora served as Democratic leader of the Webb County for four years, significantly achieving the increase of the participation of county voters, especially young people.
It is worth mentioning that Webb was able to obtain a record of participation in the race for governor of Texas, where former Houston Mayor Bill White, presented a worthy battle to Republican Rick Perry.
In that campaign Mora was instrumental in coordinating efforts in this part of southern Texas, where White was impressed with the work done by the president of Democrats of Webb.
Educated and experienced in political science, Mora now wants a seat as a member of the State Board of Education, where he plans to bring ideas to raise the educational level of Texas children.