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Marin continued to bolster her Republican credentials. At the state level, she served as a California delegate to the Republican National Convention. On the national scene, Marin was an ardent supporter of George W. Bush's presidential run in While mayor, she had met the Texas governor and volunteered in his campaign effort in California working on Hispanic outreach and acting as its Spanish-speaking surrogate. Shortly after his election, Marin was featured prominently among the president-elect's circle. She was confirmed by the U.

Senate on August 3 and resigned from her city council post three days later. Marin was sworn in on August 16, Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill presided over the ceremony. In addition to the Treasurer's traditional duties of overseeing the U. She also served as a member of the new Partnership for Prosperity efforts between the United States and Mexico. Like previous US Treasurers, Marin continued to make numerous appearances on behalf of the Department, providing it with its public face. On June 15, , she served as the keynote speaker at the commencement ceremony of her alma mater , CSULA, where she received an honorary Doctorate of Law degree and continued to garner praise for her achievements.

At a speech to Californians in Washington, reporters noted her attacks against the budget of Gov. Gray Davis. On May 22, the Treasury Department issued a statement that Marin was resigning her office effective June 30, and was planning to move back to California. Later in the year, Marin co-founded the National Association of Latina Leaders and served as its first chairwoman. Hoping to ride the popular sentiment that toppled Democratic Gov.

Davis in the recall election and installed Republican moderate Arnold Schwarzenegger in his place, Marin officially became a candidate for the Republican nomination to the US Senate on December 2. In a half-hour speech before a hometown crowd in Huntington Park, Marin painted herself as a moderate while at the same time embracing certain key conservative Republican issues such as national security and low taxes. During the ensuing campaign, she would continue to walk a political tightrope, trying to stress her centrist philosophy while not alienating the party's conservative base.

At the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda in February , Marin called for tougher US pressure on Mexico in her first major policy speech of the campaign, including adjusting existing treaties in order to deport criminal aliens. Davis, to send out a mailer addressing the Republicans' "white male problem" and offering her candidacy as the best chance to defeat Sen.

Despite receiving an implied endorsement from the White House as the preferred candidate, Marin was attacked by her fellow Republicans, in particular, former California Secretary of State Bill Jones , the leading candidate for the GOP nod, for her perceived waffling on another hot-button immigration issue: driver's licenses for illegal immigrants. Although she had opposed the state measure granting them signed by Gov. Davis in , she refused to take a position on tough [ according to whom?

Her refusal to elaborate on key policy statements drew further criticism. Democratic California congresswoman Hilda Solis , among others, questioned Marin's claim that she had personally opposed Proposition in — a problem particularly vexing to the state GOP — saying that she did not do enough to voice that opposition publicly. Marin's attempts at distancing herself from more controversial GOP measures and tacking to the center were dismissed as posturing, and she was labelled by one high-ranking Hispanic Democrat as "a good house Mexican for the Republicans".

By the time of the primary, there were 10 candidates in the GOP race. Despite picking up a substantial number [ clarification needed ] of undecided voters on election day, Marin was unable to overcome GOP frontrunner Jones in name recognition, funding, or popularity among the party.

Leading Between Two Worlds: Lessons from the First Mexican-Born Treasurer of the United States

She was sworn in on April 27 and elected chair of the board by her colleagues on September On January 31, , the governor appointed Marin as secretary of the California State and Consumer Services Agency CSCSA , an agency responsible for civil rights enforcement, consumer protection and the licensing of 2. Editorial Santillana published the Spanish version the following year. On May 10, , Marin received an honorary doctorate for her achievements from Woodbury University. Marin continued to work on behalf of the Republican Party and was a featured speaker at the Republican National Convention , addressing the crowd on September 4.

The previous day, she joined several other prominent Republican women in denouncing what they considered unfair attacks on vice presidential candidate, Gov.