Press Releases & Statements

We Confront Mayor Pete on Latino Priorities and Lack of Diversity On Campaign 

Today Mi Familia Vota releases the next conversation in our Prioridades2020 ( 2020 Priorities ) accountability campaign, where we discuss Latino Priorities with 2020 Presidential Candidates.  During our interview with Mayor Pete Buttigieg, we heard specific commitments and some disagreements. We had a particularly tough conversation about the diversity of his campaign and his police department.

Mi Familia Vota To Host A Community Event With VP Joe Biden

Mi Familia Vota is excited to announce the latest in our Prioridades 2020 (Priorities 2020) accountability campaign events with Presidential Candidate Joe Biden. With this campaign, we are holding all the presidential candidates accountable, and we are excited to host Vice President Biden at this community event to discuss and have clarity about the priorities of our communities.

Mi Familia Vota Launches A New Accountability Campaign To Engage Presidential Candidates On Latino Priorities

Today, Mi Familia Vota launches a new national campaign challenging presidential candidates seeking the Latino vote to outline their policy priorities related to Latino issues. As part of Prioridades 2020 (Priorities 2020), MFV will interview the presidential candidates on their policy platforms, and explore how they will ensure they include the voices and needs of the nation’s largest minority population and economic force, Latinos.

Mi Familia Vota Stands in Solidarity with DREAMers

Mi Familia Vota stands in solidarity with DACA recipients and condemns the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the policy. His administration has chosen to embrace a knee-jerk policy based on a xenophobic, politically-calculated rationale to kick out these young people.

Mi Familia Vota Endorses the New Deal for New Americans Act of 2019

The New Deal for New Americans Act, legislation that would usher in new policies supporting immigrant rights and integration, was introduced today. The Act was sponsored by U.S. Representatives Grace Meng (NY), Jesús “Chuy” García (IL) and Pramila Jayapal (WA), and has been endorsed by over 65 entities supporting immigrants rights.