Latino voters receive important election information via mail
Voces Unidas is mailing election information to more than 7,800 Latino households in all three counties to increase Latino participation in this critical election.
The first piece, targeting Garfield County voters, arrived this week. It's important for Latino voters to know when ballots are mailed to them and where they can drop them off if they don't want to use the U.S. Postal Service to cast their vote.
Voces Unidas has launched an unprecedented civic engagement program that includes contacting Latino voters via the mail, over the phone and in-person.
To learn more, visit our Yo Voto webpage. Latino voters can also text the word VOTO to 72572 to receive more information about this election.