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U.S. Latino Voter Registration Growth Slowed in 2012

U.S. Latino Voter Registration Growth Slowed in 2012

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National Office • 1426 El Paso Suite B • San Antonio, TX 78207 • (210) 922-0225 • Fax (210)932-4055

California Office • 2914 N. Main St., 2nd Floor • Los Angeles, CA 90031 • (323) 343-9299 • Fax (323) 343-9100

SVREP is a national, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to the political empowerment of Latino communities through the use of some of the most powerful tools of American democracy: voter registration, voter education and voter participation. SVREP’s work continues to have a dramatic impact and is a major reason for the increase in Latino Voters from 2.2 million to 14.3 million between 1974 and today. The project has been hugely successful training over 150,000 community activists over 25 states, informing Latinos on issues and rights, as well as registering 2.5 million voters. Find us on FaceBook
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