MOBILIZING THE LATINO VOTE
Your voice matters. Latinos will be the largest racial/ethnic voting bloc for the first time in history.
Latinos in the U.S. eligible to vote in the last Midterm Election.
Latinos in California eligible to vote. More than any other state in the country.
Of eligible Latino voters were registered to vote in 2020 in California.
Latinos annually turn 18 and become eligible to vote.
Latino Public Opinion Polling
During major elections, LCF commissions statewide polls of Latino voters. The path to victory is through the Latino community and all campaigns must speak to Latinos directly! Read our latest poll from the 2022 Midterm Elections.
For the California Primary, LCF engaged the Democratic presidential candidates to respond to the issues on the minds of all Latinos in the state. With over 7.9M eligible Latino voters in California, we wanted to hear directly from the candidates. View the questionnaire here.
LCF works to bring together Latino nonprofits, advocates, and youth to understand the importance of elections through activations. LCF has already partnered with institutions like UC Merced, Urbanist Collective and Univision to ensure that our community is heard, especially among Latino youth who make up the largest portion of the Latino electorate.
Speaking Up for Latino Voter Participation
Throughout every single election, LCF elevates the stories of everyday Latinos who are closely watching the important ballot initiatives, races, etc. It’s time for our community to be heard!
Raising Investments for Latino Nonprofits
LCF continues to spearhead efforts to increase resources to Latino-led organizations who are working to mobilize the Latino vote. Read about the groups we are investing in!
The First California Latino Agenda
LCF developed the first California Latino Agenda for Governor Newsom. It’s time to ensure Latino communities have the opportunities and resources to thrive. Read the Agenda here.
IN THE NEWS
New York Times: The Latino Vote: The ‘Sleeping Giant’ Awakens
Washington Post: Hispanic voters are growing in power. Why are Democratic presidential candidates ignoring them?
Sacramento Bee: What Latinos, immigrants and first-time voters need to know about California’s November election