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Washington, DC
Post #: 122
HISPANICS: A Rising Tide of Diverse Voters
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 6:00-8:00 p.m.
$15 Members; $20 Non-members (one complimentary drink)
1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington DC 20036

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: CONGRESSMAN XAVIER BECERRA (D) California 34th Congressional District


Mark Hugo Lopez, Director of Hispanic Research, Pew Research Center Hispanic Trends Project
Esther Aguilera, President & CEO, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
Laura Maristany, DC Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs, NALEO Educational Fund
Ethan Roder, Executive Director, New Organizing Institute

Please join us for a panel discussion to answer “What Kind of Voting Block Are They?”
The Hispanic voting block is growing, powerful and fluid. Investment in them will hold the future balance of political power in the Presidential, Congressional and local elections. There are great opportunities for Democrats to capitalize on this growing political influence. Today, there are nearly 53 million Hispanics in the US of which 34 million are US-born Hispanics and an additional 2 million are foreign born US citizens. California alone has 14.5 million Hispanics and the states with large Hispanic population are among the swing states: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania. Come listen to experts discuss the demographics of the Latino voters, their process of immigration to integration and full participation, including as elected officials, the issues important to them and how to outreach to them.

Reserve by telephone (202) 232-7363 ext. 3003 or online at:
Woman’s National Democratic Club
1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington DC 20036

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