Less than six months before Election Day, NALEO Educational Fund released a new report that found that more than 875,000 Latino voters may find it more difficult to cast ballots this year than in 2012. The findings were released at a briefing in Washington D.C. that featured Former Puerto Rico Governor Luis Fortuño, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and NALEO Educational Fund Executive Director Arturo Vargas.
The powerpoint presentation from the event is available here:
You can download the new report, “Latino Voters at Risk: Assessing the Impact of Restrictive Voting Changes in Election 2016”, here:
Download the executive summary of “Latino Voters at Risk: Assessing the Impact of Restrictive Voting Changes in Election 2016”, here:
A copy of the press release is also available here: