Marcela Guerra Castillo

Marcela Guerra Castillo (born November 7, 1959 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico) Business Administration major and Mexican politician from Nuevo León. She was Local Deputy of Nuevo León’s Congress and twice Federal Deputy of the Congress of Mexico. Currently Mexico Senator for the period 2012-2018 by the state of Nuevo León in the LXII Legislature of the Mexican Congress.

Marcela Guerra Castillo
Senator
of the Congress of the Union
from Nuevo León
Incumbent
Assumed office
August 29, 2012
Preceded by Fernando Elizondo Barragán
Federal Deputy
of the Congress of the Union
from Nuevo León's 5th federal district
In office
August 29, 2009 – August 29, 2012
Preceded by Gustavo Caballero Camargo
Succeeded by Héctor Gutiérrez de la Garza
In office
August 29, 2003 – August 29, 2006
Preceded by Eloy Cantú Segovia
Succeeded by Gustavo Caballero Camargo
Local Deputy
of the Congress of Nuevo León
by proportional representation
from Nuevo León's 8th local district
In office
September 1, 2000 – August 29, 2003
Personal details
Born (1959-11-07) November 7, 1959 (age 53)
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Political party Institutional Revolutionary Party
Alma mater Monterrey Institute of Technology
Profession Business Administration
Religion Catholic

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