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Spanish Language Voting Resources
Hispanic Affairs Project “Get Out the Vote” Efforts
By Karen Sherman Perez
The Hispanic Affairs Project (HAP) has created and is sharing the first of three videos in Spanish to promote participation in the upcoming general election. The 3-part video series is focused on: 1) How to Register to Vote in Colorado, 2) How to Fill Out Your Ballot, and 3) How to Submit Your Ballot.
Here's a link to video #1 Como Registrarse a Votar en Colorado:
We are producing these videos in partnership with the Voter Empowerment Project, a group of volunteers from across the country, who are helping smaller organizations with nonpartisan voter engagement efforts.
We also have a Spanish-language resource page on our website--here's the link:
Additionally, the Hispanic Affairs Project (HAP) is hard at work to help get out the Latinx Vote in Montrose County. HAP staff and volunteers will be canvassing in Montrose and Olathe to share LWV statewide ballot issues guides and local election information to registered Latinx voters over the next week. We have heard over and over that people in our community do not vote all the way down the ballot because they do not understand the issues. Our goal is to share information that will help voters understand the complex issues on this year's ballot.
In addition to canvassing, HAP has also launched a robust online campaign to share voter
education materials and social media ads to encourage active participation in this year's election.
Through support from the Voter Empowerment Project, HAP has received significant technical
assistance from volunteers from across the country who are committed to helping small nonprofits serving people of color, youth, and other historically disenfranchised communities to build their capacity to increase voter turnout through voter registration, education, mobilization, protection, and more.