“Después de un ciclo electoral presidencial estropeado por la retórica vitriólica y dañina, esta elección sacó a luz profundas divisiones" dijo el Director Ejecutivo de PICO National Network Scott Reed.
“Following a presidential election cycle marred by vitriolic and harmful rhetoric, this election surfaced deep divides” said PICO National Network Executive Director Scott Reed.
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — With early voting underway across America, two things are becoming clear – a surge of Latino voters is showing up at the polls – and it could help shape the outcome of the election.
Jose Pinal is a college student and a phone bank worker at the south bay labor council in San Jose. He says the Spanish speaking voters he calls are already getting out to the polls.
As many as 15 million Latinos are projected to cast ballots in 2016, according to a national tracking poll from Latino Decisions.
Enthusiasm is high among Latino voters and several participated in a last minute push on Monday to get out the vote at Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church in San Jose.
PACT Leaders film a Public Service Announcement that encourages EVERYONE to vote.