Your Year. Your Vote. Our Futuro.

Over 800,000 Latinos will turn 18 this year—and become eligible to vote.

Our community has power to make a difference in every election. And in 2018, it starts with you:

  1. Register to vote
  2. Spread the word
  3. Chip in to change the world

The vote is the key to our future. Since 2008, UnidosUS has played an important role in ramping up the voting power of the Latino community. From voter outreach training programs and community canvassing, to launching a mobile voter registration app, we have helped mobilize and register over 500,000 eligible voters.

Now we want to harness the energy and activism of our community with the Power of 18.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Power of 18 is a new youth voter engagement campaign designed to energize and mobilize the Latino community, especially young Latinos. The campaign builds on UnidosUS’s long history of voter outreach, with a focus on a growing and influential demographic: young Latinos. Through a targeted digital outreach campaign and an online registration web portal, this initiative will aim to raise public awareness about the voter registration process and tackle some of the barriers many Latino voters often face.

  • States have different rules around voter registration—so the exact details will differ depending on where you live. But get started with the module above and we’ll walk you through it! Registering to vote is easy and super important.

  • The best answer is: right now! Voting deadlines differ from state to state, and primary elections will take place throughout the year leading up to the November 2018 elections. Don’t wait — register to vote right now!

Get Involved

Ready to make your voice heard? Great! Your task is simple:

  1. If you’re not registered to vote, or if you’re not sure, check right now using our module.

  2. Get the word out: Share the website with your friends and family on Facebook.

  3. Chip in to support UnidosUS’s voter registration efforts, and help make sure as many people as possible get the information they need to register to vote.