LCLAA wants to make sure that Latinos make their voices heard in the in the 2012 Elections and the first step you should take is to REGISTER TO VOTE AHORA, NOW!

Latino citizens have the right to exercise their vote and fulfill their duty as American Citizens. Not only is it important to vote in presidential elections: your vote has even more impact on the local level, whether it's education, health, immigration, jobs, and city government or voter initiatives. All the more reason to be registered. Give yourself the chance to affect how things are done in your neighborhood, your city, your state and nation.

Voting is the easiest way to be involved, to help make a difference, and to exercise your civic duty.

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IMPORTANT VOTER INFORMATION:  Be Ready! Each state has specific voter registration deadlines, absentee voting requirements, electronic voting machines and voter's bill of rights. Find your state's information and prepare yourself before casting your ballot. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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For more information, please contact our National Office at (202) 508-6919.

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Movimiento Hispano (Hispanic Movement) is a project of Latinos for Democracy (LFD) aimed at increasing Latino civic engagement and voter turnout. LFD is a coalition comprised of the Hispanic Federation (HF), The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). LFD has launched this website in order to create a nonpartisan, culturally competent virtual tool that will guide citizens on how to register to vote and engage civically online.

My Vote, My Right, is the AFL-CIO’s voter protection and education program, is a nonpartisan effort to raise awareness on voting rights, educate voters on new voting laws, ensure voters are able to vote fairly and without intimidation and that all votes are counted. You can use this site to register to vote, look up your state’s guidelines, sign up to be a poll worker or poll monitor, share voting graphics, or look up your polling place.

The nonpartisan Election Protection coalition was formed to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to participate in the political process. Through their bilingual hotlines this website and comprehensive voter protection field programs across the country, they provide Americans from coast to coast with comprehensive voter information and advice on how they can make sure their vote is counted.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Voting Rights project "works to protect and expand Americans' freedom to vote through legislation, litigation, and voter education."

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law has been at the forefront of the legal struggle to achieve equality and protect advances in voting rights for racial and ethnic minorities and other traditionally disenfranchised groups. Today, that tradition continues. With the indispensable assistance of private law firms, the Voting Rights Project is an integrated program of litigation, voter protection, research, advocacy and education.

The Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law is a "nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve our systems of democracy and justice.