MN Latino Vote

LATINO VOTE

The future belongs to us.

We share 3 actions so you can support the Latino community:

1

Dream

Minnesota’s Latinx community is quickly growing, but the systems in the state do not serve the needs of people of color and immigrants. COPAL dreams of a world where immigrants feel safe and live a dignified life, where our Latinx students and families find pathways to success, and where frontline communities can secure a sustainable environmental future. We invite you to dream with us!”
2

Organize

COPAL aims to achieve its mission by networking with organizations and people across ethnic communities by embracing the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing: I. Be inclusive; II. Emphasis on Bottom-Up Organizing; III. Let’s people Speak for Themselves; IV. Work Together in Solidarity and Mutuality; V. Build Just Relationships Among Ourselves and VI. Commitment to Self-Transformation.
3

Vota

COPAL's vision is to build a world that is just, equitable, enjoyable and environmentally sustainable for all. But building a better world is not possible without systems change. COPAL believes the Latinx community must become a powerful force in the democratic process in order to advance goals of environmental justice, educational opportunity, and immigrants' rights.

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ORGANIZA

ORGANIZE

Building a just society requires the creativity of many, therefore COPAL seeks to partner with organizations & individuals guided by the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing:

As we change societies, we must change from operating on the mode of individualism to community-centeredness. We must “walk our talk.” We must be the values that we say we’re struggling for and we must be justice, be peace, be community.

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VOTE

VOTE

COPAL’s vision is to build a world that is just, equitable, enjoyable and environmentally sustainable for all. But building a better world is not possible without systems change. COPAL believes the Latinx community must become a powerful force in the democratic process in order to advance goals of environmental justice, educational opportunity, and immigrants’ rights.

Register to Vote

To vote in U.S. elections you must be:

Questions about voting? Call 888-839-8682

What’s on My Ballot?

Learn where candidates running for office in our communities stand on the issues. You can print or email the information to use as a reference when you actually vote!

 

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If you have an absentee ballot, mail it ASAP or return it in person.

 

During the last presidential election, it’s estimated that 15 million eligible voters didn’t go to the polls in large part because they didn’t have a way to get there. This year, millions have already started to vote. To help make sure more people have a way to get to the polls, Lyft is providing access to free and discounted rides on Election Day.