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.

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Calladitas No More: This Puerto Rican First-Time Voter Demands Equality for the Island

A Boricua living in Florida is glad to be part of the electoral process this year, amid the issues brought upon by the pandemic.

Calladitas No More: This Young Venezuelan Fights Misinformation in the Name of Unity

Dilianna Bustillos grew up in Venezuela during difficult times, so she has experienced firsthand what it feels like to be in a divided country.

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."

Calladitas No More: This Young Mexican Votes for a Better Future for Her and Her Family

The first-time voter spent her high school years witnessing the struggles of her family and community. Now she is ready to do something about it.

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.