MFV & NHLC To Host Get Out The Caucus Town Hall And Candidate Forum


MFV & NHLC To Host Get Out The Caucus Town Hall And Candidate Forum


Washington D.C. – Mi Familia Vota and the Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus are proud to bring business owners, the Latin community, the youth and undecided voters together for a mock caucus training in Spanish ahead of the 2020 Nevada Primary.  For the first time ever legislators and Mi Familia Vota are hosting a town hall to provide candidates the opportunity to address the Latino community in Las Vegas ahead of our Nevada Caucus Primary on February 22nd.

Cecia Alvarado, State Director of Mi Familia Vota said, “The Latino community is engaged in Nevada. Our community is powerful and resilient. We will fight for our country, our way of life and we will right the wrongs perpetrated by this administration. With our democracy under attack, we are working to train our community to caucus in Nevada in Spanish, reaching our community where they live to ensure that they fully participate in this primary caucus.”

“The Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus is proud to partner with Mi Familia Vota at this pivotal moment in history.  Despite the divisive rhetoric and destructive policies implemented by this administration, the Latino community continues to come together and help the masses get to the polls,” said Edgar Flores, Chair of the Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus.

What: Get out the Caucus Town Hall and Candidate Forum

Where: UA Local 525. 760 North Lamb Blvd. Las Vegas NV 89110

When: Friday, February 21 at 6 PM

Who:  Mi Familia Vota and the Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus.

We have invited the following candidates to attend:  Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Tom Steyer, and Amy Klobuchar.



Mi Familia Vota is a national civic engagement organization that unites Latino, immigrant, and allied communities to promote social and economic justice through citizenship workshops, voter registration, and voter participation. Mi Familia Vota has operations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, and Texas.