Mobilize to Vote
Voting is an essential way of expressing our power as a community. Now more than ever, we as Latinos need to assert our rightful place in this great nation. We are suffering from higher rates of unemployment and foreclosure than other communities. Our community is under attack just for being Latino in places such as Alabama and Arizona, and our voting rights are threatened in states throughout the country. Join NCLR and mobilize the Latino vote in your community!
What are we doing?
This March, NCLR launched the Mobilize to Vote campaign, a major multi-state effort to register 180,000 Latino voters. We will go door-to-door in Latino neighborhoods and working in high schools, community colleges, and universities to register Latinos throughout the country. The NCLR Affiliate Network of service-providers and advocacy organizations will also participate by registering their clients to vote. And as the election approaches, we’ll be contacting more than 250,000 Latinos to motivate them to vote on November 6, 2012!
NCLR will never charge you for text messages, but your cell phone provider’s message and data rates may apply. Text STOP to 62571 to unsubscribe and HELP to 62571 for more information. Periodic updates, up to six messages per month, could be sent.
Need help with election information?
Wondering if you are already registered to vote or where you should go to vote?
NCLR is a proud national partner of the ya es hora campaign, designed to provide access to information about the electoral process, helping Latinos to participate in elections. The ya es hora campaign runs a bilingual hotline, 1-888-Ve-Y-Vota (1-888-839-8682), with live operators to answer your election-related questions.