Andre Quintero

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Andre Quintero
Mayor of El Monte, California
Assumed office
November 2009
Preceded by Ernest Gutierrez
Personal details
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Deborah
Children One daughter
Residence El Monte, California
Alma mater University of California
UCLA School of Law
Profession Attorney

Andre Quintero is the current mayor of El Monte, California. He is a registered Democrat.[1]

Quintero was elected mayor in November 2009, defeating Ernest Gutierrez, and was reelected in November 2011.[2][3]

Education and career[edit]

Quintero graduated from UC Riverside and completed law school at UCLA, he currently works as an attorney for the City Attorney of Los Angeles as the Neighborhood Prosecutor for the Central Bureau. Serving as President of the statewide U.C. Student Association while attending UC Riverside, Quintero has continuously fought against proposed college fee increases. Andre is a major proponent of El Monte Promise, a program where the city provides funding for the first two years at Rio Hondo College for local residents.[3]

Andre is married to Deborah and has a daughter, Emma Olivia.[3]