Francisco Hernandez Lozoya

Canvass Lead

Born in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México, Francisco Hernández grew up with his grandparents and cousins. As a boy he liked to play King of Fighters at the maquinitas, fútbol y cascaritas,  and spend time with his grandparents, cousins and friends in the barrio. He was brought to Denver at age 12. He grew up in the Montbello neighborhood. Francisco graduated from MSU Denver with a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages with a Concentration in Spanish, and a minor in Translation Studies.

Francisco joined Mi Familia Vota Colorado during 2018 as a field canvasser and has been active with the organization ever since.

Being a DACAmented student, Francisco believes in a comprehensive immigration reform for all 12 million documented folx in the nation, as well as maternal and paternal leave, and universal care in the United States regardless of status.
Francisco is proud of his Mexican culture and identity. He’s an avid supporter of El Tri national team and Mexican fútbol. He’s overly passionate about climate change and environmental justice, since these issues deeply affect the LatinX community in the state of Colorado, and all over the United States.