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What You Need to Know:

32
million
32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in 2020.
3
states
Voters of color represent the majority of the electorate in three states, California, Hawaii, and Texas, plus the District Columbia in the 2020 election.

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Dr. Matt Barreto Congressional Testimony Before the Committee on House Administration on Voting In America: The Potential For Voter ID Laws, Proof-Of-Citizenship Laws, And Lack Of Multi-Lingual Support To Interfere With Free And Fair Access To The Ballot
Testimony Democracy & Voting Rights

Dr. Matt Barreto Congressional Testimony Before the Committee on House Administration on Voting In America: The Potential For Voter ID Laws, Proof-Of-Citizenship Laws, And Lack Of Multi-Lingual Support To Interfere With Free And Fair Access To The Ballot

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Vote Choice of Latino Voters in the 2020 Presidential Election
Policy Report Democracy & Voting Rights

Vote Choice of Latino Voters in the 2020 Presidential Election

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Sonja Diaz Congressional Testimony Before the Committee on House Administration on Ensuring Free and Fair Access to the Ballot
Testimony Democracy & Voting Rights

Sonja Diaz Congressional Testimony Before the Committee on House Administration on Ensuring Free and Fair Access to the Ballot

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From Affirmative Action to Gig Economy: Racial Differences in the Support for California Propositions in the 2020 Election
Policy Report Democracy & Voting Rights

From Affirmative Action to Gig Economy: Racial Differences in the Support for California Propositions in the 2020 Election

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Research Library

Our research library provides access to our original research, policy reports, and other assets to expand the understanding and attention to Latino issues.
Latino Policy & Politics Initiative

There is No American Agenda
Without a Latino Agenda