Houston, TX (July 24, 2007) – Twenty-three-year-old unified lightweight champion Juan “Baby Bull” Diaz has been deputized as a Volunteer Voter Registrar in his hometown of Houston. His first registration was for his mother.
FROM: The League of Women Voters of the Houston Area
CONTACTS: Linda Cohn (email@example.com)
Ann Wood (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Co-chairs, Voter Registration
REF: WBO/WBA Lightweight Titleholder Juan Diaz is
Deputized as a Volunteer Voter Registrar
The League of Women Voters of Houston the Houston Area and Voter Registrar
Paul Bettencourt, the Harris County (Texas) Tax Assessor/Collector, are
pleased to announce that WBO/WBA lightweight champion Juan Diaz has been
deputized as a Volunteer Voter Registrar.
Mr. Diaz completed the prescribed training program at the Harris County Tax
Office and received his Certificate of Appointment on July 18, 2007.
Mr. Diaz may now accept voter registration applications in an official
capacity on behalf of Harris County (Texas).
His first voter registration duties will be discharged in connection with a
Naturalization Ceremony on Wednesday, July 25, 2007. This ceremony will
take place at the Berry Center in Cypress, Texas. Two thousand five hundred
petitioners will be sworn in as American citizens by the Honorable Sim Lake,
United States District Judge for the Southern District of Texas. Each new
citizen is immediately eligible to register to vote. To that end, the
League of Women Voters has organized a corps of Volunteer Deputy Voter
Registrars, and Mr. Diaz will be part of that group.
It is expected that Mr. Diaz’s first registered voter will be a new American
citizen by the name of Mrs. Olivia Diaz. Mrs. Diaz was born in Mexico, is a
long-time resident of Houston and, not incidentally, is Juan Diaz’s beloved
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