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The Future is in Your Hands : Vote November 4

INFORMATION FOR THE POLL BOOTH

Find the voter ID laws in your State On the Election day,be prepared for when you hit the poll booths.


Voter Empowerment Map:
Click on your state to see voting requirements.
Get information on this helpful state-by-state tool that shows what you need to vote and what to expect when you turn out to vote. This is your election: be prepared!

MOBILIZING THE LATINO VOTE WEBCAST


Click here to see the Latino Mobilization public service announcements, created in partnership with Cox Communications, that were mentioned at the Mobilizing the Latino Vote webcast that was held on November 2! Join us as we discuss final strategies for getting out the Latino vote!

VOLUNTEER NOW!

RSVP for Phone Banking for the Elections
Volunteer and work a phone bank to encourage the Latino community to get out to vote on Tuesday, November 6!

I want to volunteer and/or organize a LULAC Voter Registration Drive

I want to volunteer and/or organize a LULAC Voter Registration Drive

Thank you for your interest in getting involved in LULAC’s “The Future is in your Hands: Vote” Campaign. As you organize your community and host voter registration drives in your neighborhoods...

WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO GET INVOLVED?

  1. Get trained: Please notify LULAC National that you are interested in conducting a voter registration drive. Please contact LULAC National’s Civic Engagement Manager at (916) 577-0726 or UGonzalez@LULAC.org.
  2. After signing and submitting agreement, LULAC National will provide materials (pens, clipboards, t-shirts, and banners).
  3. Please remember to follow your state rules
  4. Hold your voter registration drive. Please review the Voter Registration Training Guide for more information
  5. Report to LULAC National. Please review the Voter Registration Training Guide for instructions on reporting.

THE FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS VIDEO

NEWS & EVENTS

Jul 8, 2014

Movimiento Hispano Launches Midterm Election Campaign

Mobilization and education campaign Movimiento Hispano will have a special focus on increasing the number of naturalized citizens in addition to registering eligible voters, educating voters about key Latino issues, and mobilizing eligible voters to the polls.

Jun 19, 2014

National Latino and AAPI Leaders Tell McCarthy Set a Date for Immigration Reform or Own Killing America’s Best Chance for a Lasting Solution

The immigration reform stalemate on Capitol Hill, caused by the GOP leaders’ inaction on the issue, is bringing down score card ratings of House members in the 2014 National Immigration Score Card issued Wednesday by national Latino groups.

May 27, 2014

National Immigration Score Card Shows House GOP Leadership Failure

The immigration reform stalemate on Capitol Hill, caused by the GOP leaders’ inaction on the issue, is bringing down score card ratings of House members in the 2014 National Immigration Score Card issued Wednesday by national Latino groups.

LULAC Civic Engagement Campaign to Benefit from the Generous Support of the Comcast Foundation

LULAC Civic Engagement Campaign to Benefit from the Generous Support of the Comcast Foundation

WASHINGTON D.C. — The League of United Latin American Citizens will benefit from the generous support of the Comcast Foundation which will go to fund a civic engagement campaign ...

OTHER RESOURCES

2012 Early Voting Calendar

2012 Early Voting Calendar

Information gathered from Secretary of State Offices for all US States & Election Protection

Movimiento Hispano: A Latinos for Democracy Project

Movimiento Hispano: A Latinos for Democracy Project

Consider that at 50.5 million, the U.S. Latino population is already larger than the entire population of England and Spain. Latinos are not just large in population size, they have the double distinction of being the youngest and fastest-growing group in the nation...

Election Protection

Election Protection

You have the right to vote.

Ya es hora ¡Ve Y Vota!

Ya es hora ¡Ve Y Vota!

La campaña Ya es hora ¡Ve Y Vota! es el esfuerzo más grande y más comprensivo de participación electoral de Latinos hasta la fecha, e incluye la cobertura de medios nacional intensiva, registro agresivo del votantes, una campaña no partidista de sacar el voto (GOTV) enfocada ...

Fair Elections Legal Network

Fair Elections Legal Network

Working to remove barriers to voting and improve election administration across the United States.

Know Your Rights

Know Your Rights

The Voting Rights Act contains an arsenal of protections for minority voters.

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