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The Latino Vote In Presidential Elections

Latino voter turnout (LVT) increased steadily in every presidential election from 2000 to 2008, and in the 2012 election, LVT exceeded 10 million for the first time. From 2012 to 2020, Latino voter registration increased by 5,000,000 and voter turnout increased by 5,400,000.

In the last three presidential elections, the percentage of Latino registered voters who turned out to vote in 2012 was 81.7%; 83% in 2016; and 88% in 2020. The increase in LVT from 2016 to 2020 was 30.9%, compared to only 15.9% among non-Latino voters. By November 2024, our goals are to have increased Latino voter registration by 3.5 million and increased LVT by 4 million.

Latinos reside and are registered to vote in all 50 states. The bulk (80%) of the Latino vote is concentrated in 13 states (AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IL, NM, NV, NY, PA, TX, WA, and WI). Whoever is elected president in 2024 must win the Latino vote, not only in these 13 states but in all 50 states. If 20 million Latinos turn out to vote in 2024, Latinos will be the balance of power and have influence like never before. Latinos, 20 million strong in 2024!

This forum will be held on Saturday, February 17 at 2:15 pm CST. If you or your group haven’t registered yet, please do so today!
February 15-18, 2024
Sheraton Grand Chicago Riverwalk
301 E North Water Street
Chicago, IL 60611

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