Latinas Represent

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Latinas Represent
is getting more and more diverse
Latinas in public service.

Together, we are creating a more reflective democracy.

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Come change the political landscape with us.
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Latinos make up about 20% of the U.S. population but only 2% of elected office.
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HeroBanne_1
Latinas Represent
is getting more and more
diverse Latinas in public
service.

Together, we are creating a more reflective democracy.

HeroBanne_1
Come change the
political landscape
with us.
HeroBanne_1
Latinos make up
about 20% of the
U.S. population but
only 2% of elected
office.
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Latinas Represent aims to increase the number and diversity of Latinas in public service to transform our communities and build a more reflective democracy.
Latinos make up about 20% of the U.S. population but only 2% of local, state, and federal elected offices. Formerly an initiative of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, we’re working to change that.
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Latinas Represent aims to increase the number and diversity of Latinas in public service to transform our communities and build a more reflective democracy.
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Latinos make up about 20% of the U.S. population but only 2% of local, state, and federal elected offices. Formerly an initiative of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, we’re working to change that.

Latina Represent Summit

Saturday, October 8, 2022

We are hosting the Latinas Represent Summit to energize, connect, and empower everyone who cares about getting more and more diverse Latinas in public service. Come change the political landscape with us!

Latinas Represent Master Class

December 9 - 11, 2022

If you’re a Latina interested in running for office (or supporting someone who is) apply for our Master Class. Open to Latinas of all political affiliations, this weekend-long intensive will give you the tools you need to understand the political process, develop your political capacity, and launch a well-run, issue-based campaign.

Master Class

Latinas in U.S. Politics 2022 Report

Latinas in record numbers are serving in elected office across levels, but we are still vastly underrepresented when compared to our numbers in the population.

Notes from the Field

Intern Spotlight: Alexandra Gulden

Jul 30, 2020 Name: Alexandra Gulden University: Kenyon College Major: International Studies Expected Graduation Date: 2021 Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana Current Position: NHLA Women and Public Policy Intern What brought you to where you are today?  The person who I look up to the most, and who has been my biggest supporter, is my tía. She raised my mother and helped raise my sister and I, so she’s always been more like my abuelita. In every struggle we’ve ever had,

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Andrea Flores

Latina Profile Name: Andrea Flores Political Experience: Senior Class President at Texas A&M University (2019) Cedar Hill Planning and Zoning Commissioner Location: Cedar Hill, TX Degree:  B.S. in Agricultural Communication/ Journalism from Texas A&M Training Programs: LBJ Women’s Campaign School, Movement Mujeres Fellow Overview: Andrea is a first-generation graduate from Texas A&M University, where she served as the university’s first Latina Senior Class President. She now serves on Cedar Hill’s Planning and Zoning Board, making her one of the youngest

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Why the 2020 U.S. Census Matters – Casa de Esperanza Podcast

Oct 7, 2020 Casa de Esperanza is a member of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA). They work to mobilize Latin@ communities to build healthy futures and recently launched a new series titled ¡Presente! Empowering Latin@ Communities through Civic Engagement. The series will highlight actionable steps people can take to make a difference in their communities. In this episode, Casa de Esperanza focuses on the 2020 U.S. Census. They speak to Lizette Escobedo, the Director of the National Census Program

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Make a Voting Plan

Oct 23, 2020 This election year has been filled with unprecedented challenges but it’s also one of the most consequential elections in our lifetime and voting is more important than ever. The global pandemic along with other factors such as postal service cutbacks, rampant misinformation, and concerns about voter intimidation have made this election cycle unique. We want to ensure that every single person, who is eligible to vote, can do so safely. That’s why we encourage everyone to make

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