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California Primary 2018: Evaluation of AltaMed’s Latino Voter Mobilization in Los Angeles County

Posted → Sep 01st, 2018

Research from LPPI examines voting patterns across different regions within Los Angeles County to assess where Latino vote growth was strongest. LPPI also evaluates the non-partisan voter mobilization campaign conducted by AltaMed, highlighting the success of AltaMed’s program to increase Latino vote growth in Los Angeles county.

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Research from LPPI examines voting patterns across different regions within Los Angeles County to assess where Latino vote growth was strongest. LPPI also evaluates the non-partisan voter mobilization campaign conducted by AltaMed, highlighting the success of AltaMed’s program to increase Latino vote growth in Los Angeles county.

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