Latino Political Power:<br />Turning Numbers into Clout<br />Arturo Vargas<br />Executive Director<br />NALEO Educational ...
2008 Presidential Elections<br />Reapportionment <br />GOP Latino voters deliver critical win to McCain in Florida.<br />D...
2010 Midterm Elections<br />Reapportionment <br />NALEO Educational Fund projects 6.5 million Latinos will vote – 6.6 mil...
First Latino Governor of NV
First elected Latina Governor of any state (NM)
Latino GOP Members of Congress increased from 3 to 7, including the first Latino U.S. Representatives from Idaho and Washi...
2010 Census – Latino Youth<br />Reapportionment <br />On April 1, 2010, almost 1 in 4 youth (under 18) in the United Stat...
Decennial Reapportionment<br />Reapportionment <br />
2012 Projected Latino Vote<br />
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NALEO - Turning Numbers Into Clout

Presentation on the 2012 Latino Vote by Arturo Vargas, Executive Director of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - NALEO - Turning Numbers Into Clout

  • 1. Latino Political Power:<br />Turning Numbers into Clout<br />Arturo Vargas<br />Executive Director<br />NALEO Educational Fund<br />San Antonio, Texas<br />June 23, 2011<br />
  • 2. 2008 Presidential Elections<br />Reapportionment <br />GOP Latino voters deliver critical win to McCain in Florida.<br />Democratic Latino voters save Hilary Clinton’s primary campaign.<br />Record Latino turnout – 28% increase over 2004.<br />Latinos reshape the political map, including those with emerging Latino communities.<br />Assoc. Press<br />
  • 3. 2010 Midterm Elections<br />Reapportionment <br />NALEO Educational Fund projects 6.5 million Latinos will vote – 6.6 million do.<br />Latino voters deliver victory to U.S. Senators Harry Reid and Michael Bennet.<br />Several GOP Latino milestones: <br /><ul><li>Marco Rubio elected to U.S. Senate
  • 4. First Latino Governor of NV
  • 5. First elected Latina Governor of any state (NM)
  • 6. Latino GOP Members of Congress increased from 3 to 7, including the first Latino U.S. Representatives from Idaho and Washington.</li></li></ul><li>2010 Census – Latino Growth<br />Reapportionment <br />The overall population increases by 10%. Latino population grows 43%, and reaches 50.5 million mark. <br />Latinos are 56% of America’s growth.<br />Latinos prevent net population decline in IL, NJ, NY, & other states.<br />South sees dramatic Latino growth – NC Latino population doubles (111%).<br />Texas sees largest pop. increase in nation – 4.3 million. Latinos account for 65% of that growth.<br />
  • 7. 2010 Census – Latino Youth<br />Reapportionment <br />On April 1, 2010, almost 1 in 4 youth (under 18) in the United States was Latino.  <br /> <br />More than half the youth in California and New Mexico are Latino.<br /> <br />About  40% of Arizona and Nevada youth are Latino.<br />In 2009, 92% of Latinos under 18 years of age were born in the United States.<br />
  • 8. Decennial Reapportionment<br />Reapportionment <br />
  • 9. 2012 Projected Latino Vote<br />
  • 10. 2012 Projected Latino Vote<br />
  • 11. Growth, and Continued Need<br />Latino CVAP, Registration, and Turnout in General Elections<br />

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