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Voto Latino Responds to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Arguments on President Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Program
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The John Lewis Voting Rights Act.
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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