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 We are making the central-mountain region more equitable for all. 

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Get involved by signing a petition, writing a letter to an elected official, or testifying at a school board meeting. Here are some opportunities to take action. Join us!

Add your name to support legislation in 2024 to clarify that students have the right to exercise their First Amendment rights by wearing cultural regalia celebrating their race, ethnicity or heritage at graduation ceremonies

Sign up to speak to our local school boards to demand accountability for Latino student achivement. 

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2023 Legislative Scorecard released

Voces Unidas Action Fund released its 2023 Legislative Scorecard, tracking the votes of 5 local state lawmakers representing Garfield, Eagle, Pitkin, Lake and Summit counties against our legislative priorities during the 2023 legislative session.



Calendar of Events

  • Post-Session Town Hall
    Tue, Jun 20
    Jun 20, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Join us for an online town hall with Speaker Julie McCluskie (HD13), Sen. Dylan Roberts (SD8), Rep. Meghan Lukens (HD26) and Rep. Elizabeth Velasco (HD57) about the 2023 legislative session. Register to get link. Town hall will be in Spanish.
  • Civic Leader Education and Advocacy Program -- Mexico City
    Jul 03, 5:00 PM – Jul 08, 5:00 PM
    Mexico City, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
    This program is in Mexico City. CLEAP creates opportunities for grassroots Latino leaders to learn about the intersectionality of U.S. and Mexican public policies and explore the role of advocacy and activism. Program is full.
  • 2024 Civic Leader Education and Advocacy Program
    Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
    We are adding another opportunity in 2024 and starting a waitlist for our Civic Leader Education and Advocacy Program in Mexico City. Register to get more information. Program registration is seperate. Contact your organizer for more info.
News and Alerts
2023 Scorecard
Legislative Scorecard

At Voces Unidas, we like transparency. This is why we track and publish every vote by state lawmakers against our legislative priorities. We score every one of our priority bills and then rate each lawmaker based on their actual votes. We invite you to look at our scorecard and see how your lawmaker voted.

Polling Data

The Colorado Latino Policy Agenda is an annual, nonpartisan report designed to provide insight for elected officials, community leaders, media, and others interested in the demographic makeup and views of Latinos in Colorado on pressing policy, political, and other relevant issues.

The Colorado Latino Exit Poll is nonpartisan and is conducted every two years on Election Day to capture Latino voter trends, preferences and values.

Voces Unidas de las Montañas and Voces Unidas Action Fund in partnership with Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR)  and COLOR Action Fund commission the research and publish the data.




Voces Unidas organizes Latina and Latino leaders to change inequitable systems. These advocacy programs focus on social justice issues, including transportation, housing, healthcare, public education, economic mobility, and more. 

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Voces Unidas supports the growth and education of Latina and Latino leaders through culturally and linguistically effective leadership programs. These programs place leaders in opportunities where they can lead in their own communities to create systemic change.



Voces Unidas educates and mobilizes Latino voters to increase participation in all civic institutions. The civic education programs include non-partisan voter registration drives, issue education and get out the vote initiatives. 

Click here to download a flyer about our work.

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