Latino groups push to mobilize voters

A coalition of Latino organizations from across the country announced "Our Vote, Our Future" a nationwide mobilization effort aimed at the growing number of potential Latino voters. The announcement comes days before the pivotal March caucus.


In 2016, more than 28million Latinos will be eligible to vote, according to a recent Pew Hispanic report.


Hola! 506 VOTE 3"This is a voter engagement partnership among leading Latino organizations to galvanize Latino voters," said Héctor Sánchez, executive director of the Labor Council for Latin American Achievement (LCLAA) and chair of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA). "The road to the White House includes the Latino vote. This is about unity," he said during a press conference in Washington, D.C.

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Patricia Guadalupe
NBC News

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