Latinos for Gino

About Latinos for Gino

Gino is not a politician but a son of immigrants that had the opportunity to live the American Dream. The Hispanic vote is of great importance in this upcoming election and Gino recognizes that we all need to be part of the democratic process and to have a voice to select a candidate who understands the needs of the people of Colorado. For too long the Hispanic community has been dismissed and not taken seriously. Many politicians only value the Hispanic vote during election cycles and then they forget about the needs of this diverse and vibrant community; opportunities of education, job security, protection against crime, immigration reform, solutions to the border crisis and national security. Join LatinosForGino to make your voice heard. Working together, we can make the American Dream a reality for you and your family.

Meet Latinos for Gino

Jenny Brown
National chair, Latinos for Gino

Jenny was born in New York and is the first daughter of Dominican parents that immigrated to the United States seeking the American Dream. 

Jenny earned a bachelors degree in criminology, a masters in business administration and is a certified paralegal from the University of Miami in Florida. 

Her working background was in retail banking and lending, which led her to become a regional manager and vice president of a Florida-based financial institution. 

Jenny has been married for 30 years to Rear Admiral Peter Brown, who served in the White House as an advisor in Homeland Security to President Trump and retired after 36 years of military service.

She is presently residing in Florida and has two adult children. Jenny continues to enjoy international travel and has solid experience serving the community in schools, churches and on international mission trips. 

She received a distinguished public award from the Department of Homeland Security and the Commandant of the United States Coast Guard for her community outreach in military circles. 

Jenny is a conservative, a woman of strong Christian faith and a pro-life Republican. She believes that America is an exceptional nation and a beacon of liberty because of the deep Christian roots of our Founding Fathers. 

She is honored to support Gino’s campaign because of his passion to restore the American Dream and the shared belief in Republican principles that create policies for the advancement of prosperity, wellbeing and security of all Americans.


Ray Martinez
Colorado chairman, Latinos for Gino

Ray Martinez grew up in Fort Collins and has more than 30 years of experience in public service, including serving three terms as Mayor of Fort Collins (1999-2005) and as a City Councilor (2015-2019).  He served three years in the United States Army in in the Vietnam campaign and stateside duty and earned the Army Commendation Medal. Martinez was the first Hispanic sergeant in Fort Collins police service and retired in 1996 after twenty-five years of law enforcement service.

Colorado Governor Owens’ appointed Ray as Chair of the Minority Business Advisory Council, continued under Governor Ritter, Board of Trustee for Colorado Mesa University appointed by Governor Hickenlooper in December 2013, member and past Chair of the Colorado Municipal League Policy Committee and the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Board of Directors, and he was a White House Appointee to serve with the Defense Advisory Board for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.  

Currently, Ray serves on the board of directors for Elevations Credit Union.  Mr. Martinez was also a live radio talk show host on two different shows for six years. He is currently providing consulting services and continues as a writer and public speaker.


Juan Caro
Board member, Latinos for Gino

Juan Andres Caro Rivera served as President Trump’s White House Advisor for Puerto Rico Energy Recovery and as a Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of Energy. 

Juan previously worked as a Science Advisor in the Domestic Policy Council, Strategic Communications Assistant at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and a member of the Transforming American Communities team at the Office of American Innovation. 

He worked on executive orders that support American food security, reduce seafood imports from China, and create American jobs; improve the health of America’s forests; and modernize the regulatory framework for Ag-biotech products. Juan holds a B.S. in Ecosystem Science and Sustainability from the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University and a master’s certificate from the Harvard Extension School in International Security.

I can’t sit on the sidelines any longer and watch career politicians turn the American Dream into a Socialist Nightmare


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