Stories tagged: "Latino Vote"


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When Talking About the ‘Latino Vote’ Make Sure to Mention These Five Latino Organizations

The massive turnout is the result of grassroots organizations that have been mobilizing Latinos for decades, not just during this election.

Voting Rights Groups Warn FL Officials to Prepare for Election Day, After Voter Site Crash

"This isn’t something the state couldn’t have predicted...We’ve been trying to tell them for months this was going to happen."

Two Latino Reps. Call on FBI to Investigate Disinformation Aimed at Florida Latino Voters

The politically-charged messages often contain far-right conspiracy theories relating to “QAnon” or similar fringe groups, the lawmakers say.

Todo lo que debes saber sobre la papeleta de votación en español

Ley electoral de Florida establece que 13 condados deben tener material disponible para los votantes hispanohablantes.

For This Trans Salvadoran Woman, Voting for the First Time Affirms Her Identity

Alexa Elizabeth Rodriguez is a first-time voter in the 2020 presidential election. She’s been waiting for this moment for ten years.

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Are You a Floricua? Your Vote Matters to All Boricuas.

The stakes are high in the US presidential election, and Hispanic voters are expected to be the largest racial or ethnic group in the 2020 electorate.