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Local and National Groups Rally to Protect Voter Rights Print E-mail
**Media Advisory for November 2, 3:45-4:15 p.m.**

Youth Vote, Hispanic Vote Surging; Groups Will Gather to Highlight First-time Voters and Poll ID Requirements
Phoenix, AZ -  Marking the close of early voting this Friday, several local and national groups will gather together with students and first-time voters on the steps of the Maricopa County Elections Department. The Friday afternoon rally will highlight the surge of young Latino registrants, challenge the Secretary of State’s "suspense" list, educate the public on voter identification requirements, and reemphasize the message of "Get Out and Vote."
“Rock The Box” Early Voting Event Print E-mail

**Media Alert for October 26, 3 to 7 PM  – Event Invitation**

“Rock The Box” Early Voting Event 
A Friday Afternoon of Food, Slam Poetry and EARLY VOTING right on site. 

WHAT:  East Austin’s voters, both new and old, will be casting their early votes at a fun community event this Friday at Southwest Key’s Centro de Familia
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund and Partners Promote Early Voting at Orlando Rally Print E-mail
***Media Alert / Photo Opportunity***
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund and Partners Promote Early Voting at Orlando Rally
Saturday, October 20th, 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

WHAT: With 19 days until the Election, Mi Familia Vota Education Fund (MFV EF) – a national, non-profit organization that seeks to increase Latino civic participation across the country – and its partners such as Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), Project Vote, Organize Now and Central Florida Jobs with Justice are gathering to motivate the Latino community to vote early and make their voices heard through the ballot box.
Cleveland’s Latino Community Hosts Debate Watch Party: Religious and Community Leaders View and Analyze Debate Print E-mail
** Media Advisory for October 22, 8 PM **
WHO: Viviana Hurtado, Latino Outreach Coordinator and Spokeswoman, Project Vote
 Pastor Max Rodas, Pastor of Nueva Luz Church
 Pastor Jesus LaBoy, Pastor of Elim Gospel Church
 Pastor Jose Reyes, Pastor of Nueva Vida Church
 Veronica Dahlberg, Executive Director of HOLA Ohio
 Invited viewing audience from local parishes and community organizations
Lawsuit Forces Partial Settlement for Harris County, Texas Voters Print E-mail
Harris County Agrees to Notify in Writing 9000 Affected Voters Within the County and Advise That Their Right to Vote Will Not Be Challenged
October 19, 2012

Washington, DC – Today, a partial agreement was reached in response to a lawsuit initiated by LULAC, Project Vote, the Campaign Legal Center, and the Law Offices of Brazil and Dunn against Harris County, Texas, challenging the legality of Harris County’s voter purge and voter registration program.
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