It's with profound gratitude to all of our supporters that I suspend my campaign for president today.— Julián Castro (@JulianCastro) January 2, 2020
I'm so proud of everything we've accomplished together. I'm going to keep fighting for an America where everyone counts—I hope you'll join me in that fight. pic.twitter.com/jXQLJa3AdC
After thanking his supporters, Castro has promised that it will continue to work "for the nation, so that everyone can count on, so that all can have a good job, a good santià, and a life worthy of being lived."
In the video leave us the names of african-americans and hispanics killed by police or died while in detention, a theme that Castro has addressed often in his speeches.
In 2016, the former mayor of San Antonio was considered the vice-president the ideal of Hillary Clinton, but for his rising on voters were hispanic, but in this campaign he never went more than 2 percent of the vote.
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