USHLI’s Candidate Training and Campaign Management School is a 21-hour seminar course for candidates on “how to” run for public office and for volunteers on “how to” manage an election campaign. The seminar course may be offered in any local community having enough persons interested in taking the course. Shorter training versions (nine hours) are also available. Hispanics are so under-represented at all levels of government that there is no time for well-meaning and well-qualified candidates to lose because they were unprepared to run. In addition to having candidates who know how to run, the Hispanic community needs to have campaign workers who know how to win. That is what this program is designed to do; provide a pipeline of political operatives to work, run and win campaigns.