Rep. Hernandez Honored During Hispanic Heritage Month

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PHOTO INFORMATION: (from left to right) MI-ALMA Board of Directors member Larry Arreguin, MI ALMA-Board of Directors member Saturnino “Nino” Rodriguez, state Rep. Shane Hernandez and former state Rep. Lee Gonzales.

LANSING – State Representative Shane Hernandez (R-Port Huron) was honored last week by the Michigan Alliance of Latinos Moving Towards Advancement as part of their Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations.

Hernandez, a freshman legislator who was named the “most conservative” member of the house for 2017 by MIRS news, stressed that he considers himself an American first:

“My father taught us to consider ourselves Americans first,” said Hernandez. “However, I am very proud of my family heritage.”

Representative Hernandez father, Salvador Hernandez Jr., worked his way up from general laborer to boiler operator at the Croswell pickle factory.  He instilled in his children a ferocious worth ethic and deep love of the United States Constitution.  Values he still holds sacred.