Alejandro Montez was born in Mexico. He later moved to New Mexico where he met Laura Montez. The two later got married and had three children. Laura uses her husbands heritage to appeal to latin voters, despite the fact that she was raised in Cleveland, Ohio.
Laura eventually became a Senator and, later, joined Arizona Senator Bill O'Brien on the Red Party ticket in the 2016 election as O'Brien's running mate. The election ended in an historic and, after neither Selina Meyer nor O'Brien received a majority of votes in the house vote, the vote went to the Senate where the Senate would choose between the Vice Presidential candidates on who would become President. Despite Tom James being favored to win, Vice President Andrew Doyle manipulated the vote to get Montez elected so he could be Secretary of State.
First Gentleman of the United States (2017 - Present) Edit
On January 20, 2017, Laura Montez was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, and the first elected woman President. By effect, Alejandro Montez became the inaugural holder of the title First Gentleman of the United States.