Be the Future.
Join the Movement.
Find Your Voice.



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.


Latino Victory Project: Making Demographic Destiny A Political Force

BY SUZANNE GAMBOA – NBC NEWS In a second floor office

Statement on the Justice Department’s Appeal to Uphold Immigration Executive Action

(Washington, D.C.) – Today, the Justice Department sought

Statement on the Declared Candidacy of M. Lorena González for Seattle City Council

(Washington, D.C.) – M. Lorena González, a civil rights

Declaración Sobre la Suspensión Temporal de la Orden Ejecutiva Inmigratoria

(Washington, D.C.)—Andrew Hanen, juez de la corte federal

Statement on Federal Judge’s Decision to Temporarily Halt Executive Action on Immigration

(Washington, D.C.) – Yesterday, Judge Andrew Hanen of the

Los Votos del Senado Sobre el Proyecto de Ley de DHS, Mala Jugada para el País

(Washington, D.C.)—Esta semana por tercera vez, el Senado

Senate Votes of Anti-Immigrant DHS Bill Wrong Move for Our Country

(Washington, D.C.) – For the third time this week, the


Join our network today!

Sign up to receive special offers, invitations to Latino Victory events, and more information on how you can participate in the Latino Victory Project.

Or, simply make a donation and help support Latinos in your community today!

Yes, I would like to make a donation.

[constantcontactapi formid=”1″ lists=”1978610660″]

In the end, the American dream is not a sprint, or even a marathon, but a relay. Our families don’t always cross the finish line in the span of one generation. But each generation passes on to the next the fruits of their labor.

Julían Castro, Mayor, San Antonio

The No. 1 issue in the Hispanic American community is ‘How do I leave my children better off than myself?

Marco Rubio, Senator, FL.

Education is extremely important to the Hispanic community, as well as faith, and certainly working hard.

Luis Fortuno, Former Governor of Puerto Rico

What makes someone American isn’t just blood or birth but allegiance to our founding principles and faith in the idea that anyone-from anywhere-can write the next chapter of our story.

President Barack Obama, President


Let us know what you think, or just say Hello.

Don’t forget to join our mailing list to receive newsletters, invitations to events and information on how you can participate in the Latino Victory Project.

Latino Victory Project
700 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005


Your Message Has Been Sent! Thank you for contacting us.
Oops, An error has ocurred! See the marked fields above to fix the errors.