Press Releases & Statements

Mi Familia Vota Wins Landmark Voting Rights Victory In Arizona

Mi Familia Vota, the Arizona Coalition for Change, and an individual voter registration organizer have won a lawsuit to extend the Arizona voter registration deadline to October 23rd.  The plaintiffs argued that the COVID-19 pandemic stymied typical voter registration efforts. In response to that lawsuit, a federal judge in Arizona issued an order Monday evening  extending the voter registration deadline from October 5th to October 23.

Mi Familia Vota & AFT To Join Forces To Mobilize The Latino Vote In Colorado

Mi Familia Vota is excited to announce that it is partnering with The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) to mobilize the Latino vote during the 2020 election cycle. MFV and AFT will be holding a joint voter registration drive this Saturday. Mi Familia Vota will begin our voter registration drive at 11:00 am MST and the speaking program will begin at 1:00 pm MST, at Mi Pueblo Market, 6040, E. 6th Avenue, Commerce City, CO 80022.

The Lincoln Project Joins Forces With Mi Familia Vota, Unidos Us Action Fund, Nuestro Pac, And Announces Joint Town Hall And New Ad “Le Creímos”

Continuing the urgent effort to work with the Hispanic community to reach voters, The Lincoln Project is today announcing a collaboration with Mi Familia Vota, UnidosUS Action Fund, and Nuestro PAC. All are prominent voting rights and mobilization organizations focusing on the Hispanic community, who share the critical goal of removing Donald Trump from office.

Join Mi Familia Vota’s Presidential Debate Loteria Viewing Party

Mi Familia Vota is hosting a Presidential Debate virtual lotería watch party this Tuesday, September 29th. By incorporating the popular game lotería, similar to bingo, we are creating a space for Latino political expression that stays true to our community during Hispanic Heritage Month.

Trump Ending TPS For 200,000 Immigrants Latest Reason We Must #BASTATRUMP

According to the New York Times Nearly 200,000 people from El Salvador who have been allowed to live in the United States for more than a decade must leave the country, government officials announced Monday. It is the Trump administration’s latest reversal of years of immigration policies and one of the most consequential to date.

Trump’s Executive Orders Don’t Deliver Relief For Latinos Or Country

After refusing to negotiate, President Trump has attempted to circumvent Congress by passing a series of executive orders in hopes of appearing to provide coronavirus relief. This has created confusion and uncertainty for tens of millions of unemployed Americans and countless businesses seeking aid after critical benefits lapsed. 

When Will Trump Apologize For El Paso Hate Crime?

Today marks the one-year anniversary since a gunman opened fire at a busy Walmart store, ultimately killing 23 people and leaving another 23 wounded. Whether it’s Trump’s negligent pandemic response that is killing Latinos, or his racist rhetoric that led to the El Paso shooting, we know he is toxic for Latinos.

Trump Owns Worst Economic Drop in U.S. History

The U.S. economy shrank by 32.9% between April and June, the Commerce Department said Thursday, marking the nation's worst quarterly contraction on record. To distract from his abysmal economic record, Trump suggested in a tweet that the November election be delayed, something he cannot legally do.