Have you voted yet? Tomorrow, Tuesday March 4th, is your last chance to vote!
At least two County races are likely to come down to just five hundred to one thousand voters who decide who wins and who loses their bid in the March 4th primary elections. Close to fifteen hundred voters have joined the Mi Voto Mi Voz campaign and declared their support for colonias issues. Due to the 500-1000 likely winning margin for these races, the Mi Voto Mi Voz campaign voters can tip the election towards any candidate that supports colonia issues. When these voters cast their vote for colonias this March 4th, county elected officials and candidates for county positions will no doubt take note.Read more »
Your design could be on the 11th annual Cesar Chavez March t-shirt! We’re looking to our creative supporters to help design this year’s shirt. Our committee of LUPE members organizing the march want to see your design ideas inspired by the legacy of Cesar Chavez.
This year’s theme is “Reforma Migratoria Justa” and the committee chose Cesar’s quote, “Somos Hijo@s de una Revolución Pidiendo Justicia” as this year’s quote. The committee wants to see your designs inspired by this year’s theme and quote and will choose one design to be used for the t-shirt, which we give out free to the first 500 marchers.Read more »
Thanks to our canvassers for making our Valentine’s Day-themed GOTV action a big success! We talked to lots of voters, got lots of commitments to vote for low-income neighborhood issues like streetlights and drainage, and had a lot of fun!
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Show love for your RGV community by getting out the vote this Saturday! We’ll be talking to San Juan voters about the issues that are important to them and asking their support for issues important to colonia residents.
Help us spread the GOTV love this Saturday any time from 10am to 3pm. Volunteer an hour, two hours or all day–however much time you can share is appreciated. We’ll have free pizza at noon for the volunteers who help from 10am to 12pm. Learn how to volunteer on our Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/1dkDKJ0Read more »