Homero Mejia, executive director of Congregations Building Communities, is seen in August on the porch at his office in Modesto. He has been involved in educating and registering Latinos for the Nov. 8 election, and also working to ensure others who have voted in previous elections continue to vote.
Homero Mejia, executive director of Congregations Building Communities, is seen in August on the porch at his office in Modesto. He has been involved in educating and registering Latinos for the Nov. 8 election, and also working to ensure others who have voted in previous elections continue to vote. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com
Homero Mejia, executive director of Congregations Building Communities, is seen in August on the porch at his office in Modesto. He has been involved in educating and registering Latinos for the Nov. 8 election, and also working to ensure others who have voted in previous elections continue to vote. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com

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