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Many news outlets are summing up Latino voter engagement in the midterm elections with just one statement: Latino voters stayed home. Early reports on voter turnouts estimate Latinos made up only eight percent of voters, compared to ten percent in the 2012 elections.
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While writing my senior thesis on women’s pathways to the U.S. Senate, I came across a remarkable statistic: Of the 20 women serving in the current Senate, 70 percent of them were Girl Scouts. In the U.S. House, 60 percent of the women’s delegation once donned a troop vest. This is particularly noteworthy because in […]
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We listened, meeting with hundreds of Latina leaders and candidates to understand their challenges.
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Our research shows that Latinas deal with additional barriers, intersecting gender and race. They also have tremendous opportunity for change.