Early Voting continues at all County Registrar of Voters offices for all Elections.

Take your family and friends to vote early. Avoid any potential problems on Election Day.

In Riverside County at the Registrar of Voters
8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9 AM – 4PM. 2724 Gateway Drive Riverside,
(951) 486-7200

In San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters
Monday through Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm Saturdays, 9:00 am 3:00 pm
777 E. Rialto Avenue San Bernardino

For all other California counties visit
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund projects 6.5 million Latinos will make their voices heard this November, an increase of nearly one million voters from the 2006 midterm elections. Latinos are achieving new milestones in their efforts to attain full representation at the federal and state level.

Voter Registration Drives

In the final analysis it doesn’t really matter what the political system is…We don’t need perfect political systems; we need perfect participation. ~Cesar E. Chavez

Inland Valley Latino Vote 2010 campaign is an effort to register and mobilize Latinos and young voters in the Riverside and San Bernardino Counties to vote in our State General Election, Tuesday November 2, 2010. Only 3 of 10 eligible Latinos go out to vote. There are still an estimated 50,000 eligible Latino voters in the Inland Empire who are not registered and many others that do not vote.

Area Coordinators:

Riverside, Francisco Sola (951) 780-7206
Moreno Valley, Gilberto Esquivel (909) 519-5588
San Bernardino, Joe M. Olague, 919-862-4187

Riverside Latino Voter Project is a voter registration and education project. Its mission is to advance the political participation of the Inland Valley Latinos.

Latino Vote 2010 needs your support to give Latinos a voice. To volunteer, refer your organization or event please contact us at (951) 780-7206. Email:


1-October 18, 2010, Last date to Register for General Election
2-October 26, 2010, Last date to Request to Vote by Mail for General Election
3-Oct 19-26, 2010, Special New Citizen Voter Registration Period
4-NOVEMBER 2, 2010 Election Day

Inland Valley Latino Vote 2010


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

Campaign Duration.

From January thru November 2010.

Elections Covered

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

Lead Organizations

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