Days before the elections, many will vote early or by mail. Once they do, they can track their ballots and make sure they are counted.
The elections are less than 35 days away—make sure all your information is up-to-date before voting.
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.
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.