The Latino Victory Project is a movement that builds power in the Latino community so that the faces and voices of Latinos are reflected at every level of government and in the policies that drive our country forward.
The Latino Victory Project helps Latinos win election to local, state and federal offices, and advocates on behalf of the Latino community. The Latino Victory Project does this by developing a pipeline of Latino leaders, training and support of candidates, and by building a public narrative on Latino values and influence.
The Latino Victory Project will engage Latino voters and Latino donors—in addition to developing Latino leaders—in order to elevate and advance Latino values. By closing the civic and leadership gap, we can help change the face of this country’s politics and position our nation for positive long-term policy change. For example, when it comes to the environment, no other demographic group scores as high as Latinos, especially on clean air and water. But with such little Latino representation in government and thus in policy development, this voice for a clean environment is silenced. The same is true for other American values, such as access to healthcare, an ample education, an inclusive and vibrant economy, and a strong and effective government.
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