Latinos don’t take the right to vote lightly. And that’s why we have prepared a comprehensive guide with all the information you need to vote and make your voice heard in November.
As a member of the largest community of color in the country, you are aware of the privilege it is to vote—and that in many ways you are voting for those who can’t.
If you are one of the 32 million Latinos eligible to vote in this presidential election, you know you’re being courted—but also that you deserve more than that. That’s why, at Floricua, we want you to have all the information you need to Know Your Vote. To Speak Your Vote. To Protect Your Vote. To Use Your Vote.
The Americano is owned by Courier Newsroom, and together with our sister publications we have created Your Vote 2020, a hub where you can find all of the information you need to participate in the election no matter where you live, where you come from, and how you choose to do so.
Your Vote 2020 includes national reporting and stories from key battleground states, including Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin, and the US territory of Puerto Rico. We explain everything you need to know about voting during the coronavirus pandemic, while spotlighting voters across the country and the reasons they’re voting this year. We will keep you informed of the barriers put in place this election cycle and those who are fighting to lift them—so that you can make sure your vote is counted.
You can read stories like these:
Why Jennifer Lopez Wants Moms to Vote in Honor of Their Kids
Are You a Floricua? Your Vote Can Impact Boricuas Everywhere.
Undocumented Youth Are Mobilizing Voters to Get Trump Out of Office
You can also check out all of COURIER’s sister publications for information on what’s going on in your state:
For All Latinos: The Americano
For Wisconsin: UpNorthNews
For Arizona: The Copper Courier
For Michigan: The ‘Gander
For Virginia: Dogwood
For North Carolina: Cardinal & Pine
For Pennsylvania: The Keystone
Do you have a story you’d like to share? We’d love to hear it. Write to us at [email protected].
It’s time for Latinos to own our political power. The change starts at Your Vote 2020.