Lunch will be served.
The Center for National Policy
In the Presidential elections of 2008, voter turnout was higher than it had been in the past few decades, in part due to the turnout of Hispanic voters, a key demographic. The Latino vote will likely be the difference between winning and losing in states like Colorado, Nevada and Florida. History tells us that which ever candidate wins those states has the inside track on the road to the White House. What turnout is expected for the 2012 elections, and how are the candidates succeeding in courting this key constituent group?
Winning the Latino Vote:
The Key to the White House?
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 | 12:00 - 1:00pm
National Executive Director,
League of United Latin American Citizens
Director of National Outreach,
Project New America
National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators
Moderator: Hector Sanchez
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
Tweet your questions now (w/ hashtag #Oct24) for the speaker to answer during the event.
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