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Center at UTPA. This center is accessible to all women who wish to start up a business and want information on different types of businesses, assistance with a business plan, or help with identifying financing alternatives. He has also helped increase access to capital and loans to small businesses as well as lessening the tax and regulatory burdens these businesses encounter. He has been a strong force in business growth promotion in the economically depressed areas of the Rio Grande Valley. Being involved in such programs has brought Hinojosa recognition from notable government agencies. In 1999, he was selected as the Minority Business Advocate of the Year by the Minority Business Development Agency and the Small Business Administration. He was also awared the Annual Champion

for Children Award from the HOSTS Corporation. Reelection in the future? One of the main things that help in reelection is incumbency. The fact the they, Hinojosa and Gutierrez, have been in office consecutively for a few years heightens their chance for reelection. They are known within their counties and cities. They have established a rapport with the voting population. Within their years of being an elected official, they have established programs that benefit their respective districts. Hinojosa and Gutierrez both have a great chance for reelection. For the reasons that I have stated above, their chances for reelections and almost ensured. They are very representative of their constituents, and they are able to meet their needs. This is proven by their number of years in

office. Comparatively Speaking Gutierrez is one of 28 Hispanics serving in the House, compared to 108 Anglo- Saxon representatives and 14 African-Americans. He is also one of 121 males, and as a career, he was worked in the Petroleum industry. As a Texas Representative, Gutierrez earns $7,200 per year. Hinojosa, also a Hispanic representative, is one of 211 Democrats. He earns $136,673 per year as a congressional representative. Congressman Ruben Hinojosa. U.S. House of Representatives. *http://www.house.gov/hinojosa* Current Congressional Profile. Office of the Clerk. *http://clerkweb.house.gov/mbrcmtee/statsanswers.htm* House Membership Profile. Texas House of Representatives. *http://www.house.state.tx.us/common/profile.htm* Representative Roberto Gutierrez. Texas House of

Representatives. *http://www.house.state.tx.us/house/dist41/dist41.htm* State Representative Roberto Gutierrez. Texas House of Representatives. *http://www.house.state.tx.us/house/bios/dist41b.htm* The Texas Constitution–Article 3. The Texas Constitution. *http://capitol.tlc.state.tx.us/txconst/sections/cn000300-000700.html*