Another first for Hispanics was earned by Ed Pastor, when he became the first Latino from Arizona to be elected to US Congress. Pastor was born in a small mining town in Arizona. He earned his BA at Arizona State University and his law degree from Arizona State College of Law. After serving as a County Supervisor, he was elected to Congress and began his term on September 25, 1991. Pastor served on the Agriculture Committee and the Committee on House Oversight. For more of Congressman Pastor’s public service, please visit his page on the National Archives.
https://thehispanicalmanac.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/September-25-1991-Ed-Pastor-Elected-US-Congress-e1534300530708.jpg 264 185 Barbara Mitchell Barbara Mitchell1991-09-25 18:59:482018-08-15 02:37:02Congressman Ed Pastor of Arizona