Mobilize to Vote
NCLR’s (National Council of La Raza) and MFVEF’s (Mi Familia Vota Education Fund) joint “Mobilize to Vote 2014” campaign is aimed at registering tens of thousands of new Hispanic voters in 2014. Today there are almost as many eligible but inactive Latino voters (11.1 million) as active Latino voters (12.2 million). Approximately 8.6 million Latinos in the United States are eligible to vote, but have not yet registered; every year from now until 2028, an average of 904,000 young Latino citizens turn 18 and become newly eligible.
- 2014 NCLR-NCLRAF-Latino Decisions Poll of Florida Latino Voters – Top Lines
- 2014 NCLR-NCLRAF-Latino Decisions Poll of Florida Latino Voters – Top Lines with Partisan Crosstabs
- 2014 NCLR-NCLRAF-Latino Decisions Poll of Florida Latino Voters – Slide Deck
To help close this gap, NCLR and MFV Ed Fund are implementing a nonpartisan, large-scale register-by-mail program targeting eligible Latino voters in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah, with plans under development to expand registration efforts to Florida and California.
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