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With the 2014 midterm elections behind us, we are again reminded of the potential influence of Latino voters. This is because Latinos have had growing political influence in the last couple of presidential elections. We are also reminded of the potential influence of the ‘women’s vote’ in the midterm elections. In this blog I draw your attention to the gender differences in Latino political participation.
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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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We set out to know...
We looked at the numbers.
We listened, meeting with hundreds of Latina leaders and candidates to understand their challenges.
We’re leading change, focusing national attention on the need for a democracy that reflects the diversity of our country.
Our research shows that Latinas deal with additional barriers, intersecting gender and race. They also have tremendous opportunity for change.