CPLC Presents: The State of the Latino Vote

14th Dec 2018

Join CPLC on January 16 for a panel discussion by national leaders and experts in civic engagement. The organizations will provide their analysis of the midterm elections.


  • What role did Latinos play in the 2018 midterm elections, both locally and nationally?
    • Who came out to vote in the Latino community, and what message resonated with them?
  • What role will Latinos play in the 2020 elections, census, and redistricting, and what are the stakes for the Latino community?

Featured Panelists

  • Dorian Caal, Director of Civic Engagement Research, NALEO Educational Fund

  • Ben Monterroso, National Executive Director & Co-Founder, Mi Familia Vota

  • Joseph Garcia, Director of Latino Public Policy Center, Morrison Institute for Public Policy, Arizona State University

  • Steven Ochoa, National Redistricting Coordinator, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)

  • A national leader from UnidosUS (individual TBA)

The event will also feature remarks from CPLC President & CEO David Adame, outgoing CPLC Board Chair Carmen Cornejo, and incoming CPLC Board Chair Tony Moya.

Date & Time

January 16, 2019


Bulpitt Auditorium at Phoenix College
1202 W. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85013

The event will be streamed live at facebook.com/1cplc

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