LATINO VICTORY FUND

Despite making up 17% of the population, Latinos represent only one percent of all elected officials. The Latino Victory Fund is working to change that by endorsing qualified candidates based on values and viability criteria. The Latino Victory Fund supports candidates that reflect Latino values and will be champions for our community.

For national office (President or Vice President of the United States), because of the visibility of these offices and the importance of maximizing Latino political power nationwide, the Latino Victory Fund may endorse non-Latino candidates who have demonstrated an especially broad base of support among the Latino community. The Latino Victory Fund awaits the time when there will be a viable Latino candidate for national office who embraces the full range of Latino values.

We need your help to start a movement that builds power in the Latino community so the faces and voices of Latinos are reflected at every level of government and in the policies that drive our country forward. Contribute today!

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2016 SUCCESSES

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Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

U.S. Senate – Nevada

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Rep. Nanette Barragán

U.S. House of Representatives
California, Congressional District 44

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Rep. Salud Carbajal

U.S. House of Representatives
California, Congressional District 24

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Rep. Lou Correa

U.S. House of Representatives
California, Congressional District 46

Adriano

Rep. Adriano Espaillat

U.S. House of Representatives
New York, Congressional District 13

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Rep. Ruben Kihuen

U.S. House of Representatives
Nevada, Congressional District 4

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Rep. Darren Soto

U.S. House of Representatives
Florida, Congressional District 9

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Spkr. Crisanta Duran

Colorado General Assembly – District 5

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Rep. Tony Vargas

Nebraska State Legislature – District 7