A voter registration, political education and Get out the Vote campaign in the Inland Valley Counties (San Bernardino and Riverside) of Southern California.
The 2010 project will expand in two areas:
(1) Geographically: to the western area of San Bernardino County (Pomona and Ontario) and to the Coachella Valley eastern area of Riverside County.
(2) Diversity: Outreach to partner with Asian, African, Middle Easterners and Indian youth and community organizations
Voter registration will be conducted within organizations and events with a high concentration of immigrants. A strong emphasis will be placed in vote by mail ballot registration as the most convenient way of voting
From January thru November 2010.
1- June 8, 2010 Primary Election
2- November 2, 2010 Presidential Election
A- Campaign Officers.
1- Francisco Solá, Chair
2- Armando Gonzáles-Cabán Coordinator
B- Steering Committee.
1- Paul Rasso, California State Employee Association , Colton
2- Jose Calderon, Latino Roundtable, Pomona
3- Estella Acuna, Chicano Student Programs, UC Riverside
4- Italia Garcia, Students Action for Education, Riverside Community College
5- Jorge Serrato, PODER, Riverside
6- Yolanda Esquivel, Hispanos Unidos, Moreno Valley
7- Gilberto Esquivel, Hispanos Unidos, Moreno Valley
8- Sussane Foster, Pomona Economic Opportunity Center
9- Emilio Amaya, San Bernardino Community Service Center
10- Arlene Cano, Mexican American Political Association, Coachella Valley
1- Riverside Latino Network
2- Hispanos Unidos de Moreno Valley
3- Latin American Student Association
4- PODER Providing Opportunities Dreams & Education in Riverside
5- SAFE Students Action for Education Riverside Community College
Riverside Latino Voter Project is a non-partisan, non-profit voter registration and education project.
Its mission is to advance the political participation of the Inland Empire Latinos.
Latino Vote 2010- needs your help to give Latinos a voice. To refer your organization or event please contact us at (951) 780-7206