Latino voters have a unique place in U.S. politics. They are both the fastest-growing and the youngest electorate. They boast the highest ratio of first-time voters. And — motivated by important issues such as gun control and immigration — they are gearing up for the next presidential election.
Under the banner of the Spanish-language website Brennan en español, the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is excited to announce a panel of changemakers who will speak about the power of young Latino voters. Learn about these pivotal voters’ motivations and priorities going into 2024.
Join us for a virtual conversation on September 26, 2023, at 1 p.m. ET. Our esteemed panelists include María Teresa Kumar of Voto Latino, Arizona State Rep. Alma Hernandez, and Santiago Mayer of Voters of Tomorrow. Journalist Paola Ramos will moderate the conversation, which will explore the most important issues driving Latinos to vote and what the future holds as the electorate grows.
Produced in partnership with Voto Latino Foundation