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Latino Victory Project Commemorates Hispanic Heritage Month 

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Project President and CEO Nathalie Rayes released the following statement in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. “Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate our culture, our accomplishments, our contributions and our community’s tenacity as we strive for a just and equitable nation. And, while we believe Hispanic Heritage …

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Latino Victory Project’s Vote Like a Madre Campaign Returns with $5 Million Mobilization Investment in the Southwest

Vote Like a Madre 2022 launches with support from Eva Longoria, America Ferrera Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jessica Alba, Rosario Dawson, Angélica María, Angélica Vale, Gloria Calderón Kellet, Ariana DeBose, Carolina Sandoval, and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Rosie Perez, among other Latina artists, celebrities and influencers.  Climate change continues to be a top issue for Latino voters across …

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Eva Longoria, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jessica Alba, Angélica Maria, Angélica Vale, Ariana DeBose, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, y una lista repleta de celebridades latinas están uniendo fuerzas para llamar a las madres latinas a #VoteLikeAMadre en las elecciones de medio término

Vote Like a Madre, una campaña de Latino Victory Project, regresa con una inversión de $5 millones para movilizar a madres latinas El cambio climático continúa siendo una cuestión importante para votantes latinos en todo el país. Casi el 60% de Latinas dicen que apoyan a candidatos con planes para combatir el cambio climático. Washington …

Eva Longoria, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jessica Alba, Angélica Maria, Angélica Vale, Ariana DeBose, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, y una lista repleta de celebridades latinas están uniendo fuerzas para llamar a las madres latinas a #VoteLikeAMadre en las elecciones de medio término Read More »

Ahead of New York Primary Election, Latino Victory Fund Endorses Carlina Rivera in Race for New York’s 10th Congressional District

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund announced the endorsement of Carlina Rivera, candidate for New York’s 10th Congressional District. If elected, Rivera would be the first Latina elected to represent the newly drawn 10th District.  Statement by Nathalie Rayes, Latino Victory Fund President & CEO:  “Carlina is a dedicated advocate and an experienced public …

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Latino Victory Project Statement on International Women’s Day 

Washington, D.C.— In celebration of International Women’s Day, Latino Victory Project released a statement to address the importance of increasing Latina representation.  This year’s theme, “Break the Bias,” is a call to action to urge all women and allies to break the bias that exists for Latinas in the political landscape. Many Latina candidates are …

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Latino Victory Fund Endorses Annette Taddeo for Florida Governor and Maxwell Frost for Congress 

Washington, D.C. – Today, Latino Victory Fund announced its endorsement of Annette Taddeo for Florida Governor and Maxwell Frost for Florida’s 10th Congressional District. If elected, Taddeo would be the first Latina governor in Florida and the first Democratic governor in two decades. In addition, Frost would be one of the youngest members in Congress …

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Latino Victory Fund Endorses Marco Lopez for Arizona Governor

Washington, D.C. — Latino Victory Fund announced the endorsement of Marco Lopez for governor of Arizona. If elected, Lopez would be the first Latino governor of Arizona in nearly 50 years.  In a state where Latinos are 30 percent of the population, Lopez’s top-of-ticket candidacy is viewed as an opportunity to mobilize Latinos to vote …

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Latino Victory Project Statement Honoring and Celebrating Black History Month

Washington, D.C. — Today, Latino Victory Project President and CEO Nathalie Rayes issued a statement in honor of Black History Month:  “Latino Victory Project is proud to honor the history, resilience and leadership of Black communities this Black History Month and every day of the year. Black Americans have paved the way in the fight …

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Latino Victory Fund Congratulates Lorena González for Advancing to the Seattle Mayoral General Election

González is one step closer to becoming the first Latina mayor of Seattle.  Washington, D.C. — Latino Victory Fund congratulates Lorena González for advancing to the Seattle mayoral general election. González previously made history when she became the first Latina elected to the Seattle City Council. Now, González could become the first Latina and woman …

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Latino Victory Project Statement Marking the Second Year since El Paso Shooting

Washington, D.C. — Two years ago, El Paso faced a domestic terror attack by a white supremacist that took the lives of 23 people and injured nearly two dozen. Nathalie Rayes, Latino Victory Project president and CEO, issued the following statement:  “Two years ago, El Paso grieved the loss of family and loved ones and …

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