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[i]Just where he'll live - and where he'll run - hinges on proposed new congressional district lines being drawn all over California. Hernandez, 48, is waiting until final boundaries are determined before deciding where to run...
"It would be just taking advantage of an opportunity where there is no incumbent," Hernandez said.
A resident of Houston, Hernandez considers Stockton his home. He is a graduate of Franklin High School and of University of the Pacific's electrical-engineering program.
He spent most of his life in San Joaquin County. In 2004, he relocated to Texas after accepting a position with NASA...
"I have to ask myself, am I ready to go back to government?" Hernandez said.
Hernandez said he is looking at public office because he wants to help improve the area's educational achievement and economic development.
That includes addressing high school graduation rates and college readiness as well as attracting technology-based companies to the San Joaquin Valley.[/i]
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