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"Our endorsement goes to Colin Bird-Martinez, an automotive analyst and busy community organizer. He co-founded the Hermosa Neighborhood Association, which has advocated for affordable housing and infrastructure improvements, such as better paved streets. He served on a local school council and is active in Reclaim Chicago, a group that has campaigned for progressive candidates countywide."

"Colin Bird-Martinez is running as a socialist for alderman in Chicago’s 31st Ward. An organizer who has been fighting for progressive change for years, Colin founded the Hermosa Neighborhood Association in 2014, which has advocated for and won affordable housing initiatives and infrastructure revitalization throughout his community. Reclaim Chicago is proud to endorse Colin for his impassioned focus on the rights of the LGBTQIA+ community, deep commitment to ending segregation across the city, and unmatched knowledge of the needs of the 31st Ward."

"LGBTQ Victory Fund is pleased to endorse Colin Bird-Martinez for 31st Ward Alderman,” said Mayor Annise Parker, President & CEO of LGBTQ Victory Fund. “Colin’s commitment to smart public policy that addresses the real concerns of constituents makes him the best candidate for 31st Ward Alderman. When he wins, Colin will become a vital LGBTQ voice."

"Check out Colin Bird-Martinez, a dynamite candidate running for Alderman of Chicago’s 31st Ward. An Oak Park native, Colin founded Hermosa Neighborhood Association in 2014, advocating for affordable housing and infrastructure revitalization throughout Chicago."

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