California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla, speaks during the ceremony "Remembering Our Fallen from California" to honored the state's troops who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. Padilla is joined by Tracey Vazquez, mother of Specialist Manuel Vazquez killed in action; Richard S. Costigan III of The Calif. Museum, and Senator Pro Tem Kevin De Leon at the California Museum in Sacramento on April 11, 2016.
California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla, speaks during the ceremony "Remembering Our Fallen from California" to honored the state's troops who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. Padilla is joined by Tracey Vazquez, mother of Specialist Manuel Vazquez killed in action; Richard S. Costigan III of The Calif. Museum, and Senator Pro Tem Kevin De Leon at the California Museum in Sacramento on April 11, 2016. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com
California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla, speaks during the ceremony "Remembering Our Fallen from California" to honored the state's troops who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. Padilla is joined by Tracey Vazquez, mother of Specialist Manuel Vazquez killed in action; Richard S. Costigan III of The Calif. Museum, and Senator Pro Tem Kevin De Leon at the California Museum in Sacramento on April 11, 2016. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com

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