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Empowering Latino communities to make their voices heard. Register to vote: http://veyvota.yaeshora.info/register
Empowering Latino communities to make their voices heard. Register to vote: http://veyvota.yaeshora.info/register

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Last year, volunteers helped Adriana complete her naturalization application. She said, "como Latina quiero hacer una diferencia."

Join us next Saturday, November 23 in Los Angeles as we help hundreds of legal immigrants like Adriana who are ready to make a difference in their community. 

Sign up to volunteer today here: http://bit.ly/volunteer1123
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Vanessa loves for all voices to be heard, and believes registering to vote is important because "you have a say". 

Register to vote today at http: http://bit.ly/yaeshora-vote #CelebrateNVRD 
 
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Milvia’s family is rooted in the United States. Her children are U.S. citizens and she wants to join them. She said, “…the United States is our home.” 
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ya es hora - Latinos in California are projected to be even with Whites this year, and will be the majority in early 2014. Let's turn this number into political power! 
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Join Hermalinda and encourage your friends, family, and loved ones to become U.S. citizen.

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Becoming a U.S. citizen isn't something people do alone. Many times families go through this process together, and here, a married couple chose to begin hand in hand. 

Many thanks to Theresa and Justice Overcoming Boundaries in San Diego, CA for helping them get started!
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City of Los Angeles needs bilingual poll workers for the March 5th primary. Interested? Fill out the online application here: http://bit.ly/ZQxnqU
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"...our attention should be focused on building a pipeline of diverse leaders for the 2013 municipal and 2014 state assembly elections. Given the dysfunction in Washington, it is at the state and local level where much of the important legislation that affects immigrant communities is being made. It is in these municipal and state assembly races where candidates can emerge from Latino and Asian-American communities, keep the “new demographic coalition” engaged..."
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