Tuesday Voter Empowerment Message: October 21, 2014

Receive $100 Stipend by Helping with Poll Monitoring on Election Day

LULAC is a part of the Virginia Grassroots Election Protection, a nonpartisan project that is not affiliated with a particular candidate, campaign committee or political party. We are looking for skilled poll monitors to help answer voters’ questions or and address problems that may arise throughout the day. To register please click here. Under 'How Did You Hear about Us' please list LULAC.

Poll monitors must be able to do the following:

  • Work a 7-hour shift in assigned geographic territory on Election Day.
  • Attend a 2-hour training. Food will be provided at the training session.
  • Have reliable transportation to travel around assigned territory.
  • Possess a working cell phone to communicate regularly with your local command center.
  • Be personable, level-headed and interested in helping all voters!

Have a friend that wants to join you? Great! You will be working in teams of two. Compensation is $100 per person and includes 7-hour shift and training. Questions? Please email TakeAction@LULAC.org.

This is a joint project with the Virginia Civic Engagement Table & VNM for the 1-866-OUR-VOTE Latino Civic Engagement Table partnership.

Join LULAC's Bilingual Voter Protection Hotline on November 3rd and November 4th!

Join LULAC and engage voters through our Bilingual Voter Protection Hotline in partnership with NALEO! Our hotline will be available Monday November 3rd and Election Day, Tuesday November 4th. To sign up to volunteer please click here.

The Bilingual Voter Protection Hotline will be located at LULAC's headquarters at 1133 19th Street NW, Suite 1000, Washington D.C. 20036. Please note that the two closest metro stations are Farragut North and Farragut West. LULAC is located on 19th Street NW between L and M Street NW.

For more information, please don't hesitate to reach out to Sindy M. Benavides at 202.833.6130 Ext. 108 or via email at SBenavides@LULAC.org.

Attend a Lunch Panel Discussion on the Growing Impact of the Latino Vote in Virginia on October 24 in Virginia

VACOLAO invites you to a Lunch Panel Discussion on the Growing Impact of the Latino Vote in Virginia. The Latino community is one of the fastest growing populations in Virginia that is helping to reshape the political landscape of the Commonwealth. Access to health care (Closing the Gap) and immigration related issues such as in-state tuition for undocumented students, issues important to the Latino community, loomed large in the last year race and brought many Latino voters to the polls. The impact of the Latino vote in Virginia will likely increase as Latino voters are also on average younger than any other voting group and the impact of their growing political power will be felt for many years to come.

Please join us for a discussion on the demographic shift taking place in our state, why it is important for our community to vote, and how our votes as members of the Latino community can help define the policies and laws that will impact all of our lives. This is a non-partisan event.


  • D. Xavier Medina Vidal, Ph.D. Department of Political Science, Virginia Tech
  • Tram Nguyen, Co- Executive Director, Virginia New Majority
  • Margie Del Castillo, Field Coordinator, Virginia Latina Advocacy Network
  • Sindy M. Benavides, Director of Civic Engagement & Community Mobilization, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

WHEN: Friday, October 24, 2014 from 12.00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Registration begins 11:45)

WHERE: Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington
4444 Arlington Blvd.
Arlington VA 22204

We will provide lunch. Please RSVP HERE at your earliest convenience. Seats are limited. If you have question, please contact Edgar Aranda-Yanoc atedgar@justice4all.org or call 703-772-1555.

Organized by VACOLAO - Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations, LULAC 4609, and Virginia Vota.

Sponsored by BB&T, Legal Aid Justice Center’s Immigrant Advocacy Program, Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington (UUCA), Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice, Greater Capital Area (UUSJ)

Receive recent news from the League
of Latin American Citizens.

Become an eMember!