LCLAA's PSA to Get Out the Latino Vote by Lin Manuel Miranda

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Latino Civic Engagement Program

Since its creation, LCLAA has been actively engaged in outreach and organizing to increase civic engagement in Latino and immigrant communities via voter education, registration, GOTV and voter protection.

LCLAA demands the protection of our voting rights and firmly opposes any legislation that is detrimental to the registration and turnout of Latino and minority voters. At approximately 50.5 million, Latinos are the largest minority and the fastest growing segment of the population in the United States.  The political inclusion of Latino working families in federal, state and local elections is essential to their empowerment through political, social and economic advancement.  LCLAA works at the local and national level to prevent the disenfranchisement and voter suppression affecting minority communities in the United States and ensures that Latinos are not denied their constitutional 15th amendment right to vote.

From the door step to polling places, LCLAA is on the ground mobilizing Latino voters, working in coalitions to bring a powerful message to our communities and educate them around issues such as Education, Health, Immigration, Economic Stimulus, Civil Rights and Labor Rights.  As a trusted vehicle in the community, LCLAA has an opportunity to highlight the important role that unions play in the lives of Latino Working Families.





Movimiento Hispano (Hispanic Movement) is a project of Latinos for Democracy (LFD) aimed at increasing Latino civic engagement and voter turnout.

LFD is a coalition comprised of the Hispanic Federation (HF), The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). LFD has launched this website in order to create a nonpartisan, culturally competent virtual tool that will guide citizens on how to register to vote and engage civically online.  LFD aims to register 200,000 new voters by the end of 2012.  Over the past 10 years, the members of LFD have worked with over 2.1 million Latino Trade unionists, 135,000 volunteer members, and over 100 community-based organizations to advance Latino voter mobilization. For more information, please send your inquiries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


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For Immediate Release   
August 21, 2012     

 Leading Latino Organizations Announce New Initiative to Register Minority Voters in Northern Virginia

 Growing minority vote will be decisive in critical battleground state 

(Alexandria, VA) – Today, LCLAA (the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement), the LIUNA (Laborers’ International Union of North America) Latino Caucus and Virginia New Majority Education Fund hosted a press conference on their new initiative to register voters of color in the critical battleground state of Virginia.

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