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Our community showed up in record numbers to make their voices heard!

All votes were counted and certified by leaders from both parties.

Our efforts this election did not begin in November. Every accomplishment was a direct result of the preparation and hard work of our members. Phone calls to Nevada voters were made on a daily basis by our members. In total, we were able to make 90,000 calls. Via text message, 130,000 voters were reached. Messages of encouragement and offering help to vote were sent to thousands of voters. Our main goal was to encourage folks to go vote and that their vote matters and is needed in this election. We were also able to leave encouraging literature at 10,000 doors while practicing social distancing, wearing Personal Protective Equipment, and constant tests and temperature checks being conducted on a daily basis to ensure the safety of our community. We are incredibly grateful to our members and the community for their support and their efforts to ensure folks got out to vote safely and with motivation.


This election year the real heroes are the folks who were on the ground in the days leading up to and on election day. We want to take some space to elevate and thank the folks who made the election possible and who ensured the safety of voters.

 

Thank you to every poll worker across the country for securing our rights to vote. Thank you to every postal worker for ensuring our ballots get to election counting facilities safely. Thank you to our members for translating at the polls and helping folks in line with food and water all day.

We are America. We are what makes America great. We the people had our voices heard, now we will move forward for a better America together. El pueblo unido jamas sera vencido, the united people will never be defeated.

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POR: LORENA ARROYO ESTEPHANI CANO, 22 FEB 2020 – 07:45 AM EST

A sus 19 años, es la primera vez que García participa en una elección, pero como inmigrante mexicano cuya familia pasó años indocumentada, el joven siente como un deber movilizar a su comunidad para que en 2020 haya un cambio.

” Debes tener algo en tu corazón si quieres cambiar. Mi familia es migrante y yo quiero hacer un cambio para que todos tengan oportunidades independientemente de de dónde vengan“, explica mientras avanza por las calles de East Las Vegas con sus amigos Ulises Romero, de 18 años, y David Galván, de 20.

Los tres son miembros de Make The Road Nevada, una organización comunitaria que está tratando de movilizar el voto en el tercer estado en participar en las primarias para elegir al candidato demócrata que se enfrente a Donald Trump en las elecciones del 3 de noviembre….

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