Voto Latino Mourns the Death of Supreme Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Voto Latino Foundation Launches 2020 Impact Council with Chairs Sec. Julían Castro, Rosario Dawson, Selena Gomez, Wilmer Valderrama, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, Zoe Saldana, Sec. Alex Padilla and María Teresa Kumar
Fuse Media and Voto Latino Foundation Renew Long-Standing Partnership to Inspire, Encourage Latino Participation in the 2020 Presidential and Local Electionss
Voter Advocates and Watchdogs Sue Trump Administration for Mail-In Voting Disinformation
VL In the News
Coronavirus Exposes Gaps in Digital Voter Mobilization
The John Lewis Voting Rights Act.
Maria Teresa Kumar: Trump has created a divisive America
Trump tweets his support for Goya. Now there’s more, fresh #BoycottGoya backlash.
Hispanic enthusiasm for election takes back seat to COVID-19, economy
As Latinx voters become the second-largest voting bloc in 2020, look at the data to see what that means for the 2020 election and the country.
- Voto Latino registered 202,399 voters in time for the 2018 midterm elections. Read our 2018 impact report.
- An Early Look at the 2020 Electorate, from Pew Research Center
- Historic Highs in 2018 Voter Turnout Extended Across Racial and Ethnic Groups, from Pew Research Center
- The Role of the Latino Vote in the 2016 Elections, from the American University Center for Latin American and Latino Studies