Here are selected letters to Mario Ramos. He is been deeply involved in the US political process.
Appointment of Mario Ramos to the Tennessee Steering Committee of the Kerry 2004 Presidential campaign. Mario was also the Tennessee co-chair of the Gore 2000 presidential campaign.
Letter from Vice-President Al Gore, thanking Mario for participation as a committee member for the 2000 Gore campaign.
Welcome letter to Mario as a Tennesse Delegate to the 2000 Democratic Convention in Los Angeles.
A personal thank you note from Al and Tipper Gore.
Letter from William Farmer, thanking Mario for being the chair of the Hispanic Democratic Leadership Caucus. This helps Latinos to get greater representation in the political process.
Thank you letter from Bill Purcell, Mayor of Nashville from 1999-2007. Mario was part of Mayor Purcell's campaign.
Appointment of Mario Ramos as a member for Tennessee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Mario served two terms.
Letter from Ricardo Castaneda, Ambassador from El Salavador to the United Nations.
Letter from Ruben Patto, Consul General of the Consulate of Argentina.
Letter from Deborah Faulkner, Assistent Chief of Police for the city of Nashville.
Letter from Bob Clement, US Congressman from Tennessee
Letter from Moises Caballero, Director of Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America.
Letter from Barbara Haynes, Judge, Third Circuit Court, State of Tennessee, upon the election of Mario to Leadership Tennessee.
Thank you letter from Jorge Moran, President of Megatrade International, Inc. A past board member of the Chamber of Commmerce, Mario nominated Mr. Moran to the board of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce.
Thank you letter from Professor Carol Etherington of the School of Nursing at the University of Vanderbilt Medical Center.
A certificate of participation signed by Joseph Levin, Chairman, and Morris Dees, Co-founder, of the Southern Poverty Law Center for help with the production of the video Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks.