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Gonzalez Beats Bernal in Las Vegas
LVP00100801 - 08 OCTOBER 2000 - LAS VEGAS NEVADA, USA: Omar Benal of Mazatlan, Mexico is down in the 3rd round in a lightweight elimination bout with highly rated Alejandro Gonzalez of Guadalajara, Mexico at the Plaza in Las Vegas, October 8. Gonzalez won by decision in 10 rounds. rlw/rw/Roger Williams UPI.
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Alejandro González Alcocer is a Mexican politician and lawyer, belonging to the National Action Party (PAN).

After Alcocer studied law at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), he began his career in companies in the private sector, and later entered politics, where he served as Secretario del Ayuntamiento of Tijuana, and later as a federal deputy (diputado federal) in the 56th Federal Legislature. González Alcocer is the son of Manuel González Hinojosa, national head of the PAN in the 1960s and 70s.

On October 7, 1998, he was named Substitute Governor of Baja California upon the death of governor Héctor Terán Terán.

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