SVREP and Earth Day Network (EDN) have partnered to mobilize young and Latino voters interested in environmental issues in their community. The campaign is titled “Campaign for Communities”.
For more than two decades, EDN and SVREP have worked to diversify and activate the environmental movement through the voting process and year-round environmental justice projects. As partners, we have registered more than 1.5 million voters and turned out 2.9 million voters. These voters have helped pass environmental/health voter initiatives and solve high visibility, local environmental problems.
SVREP and EDN will register and turn out young and Latino voters in AZ, CO, FL, GA, MI, NC, PA, TX, and WI. EDN created a significant infrastructure of volunteers, community and faith groups, and college students for Earth Day’s 50th anniversary and the 2020 national elections.
We are using a robust vote-by-mail and early voting program and a state-of-the-art digital media strategy, with plans that include major celebrity and influencer events.
Click the 'Learn More' to learn about Earth Day Network’s Vote Earth, a nonpartisan campaign.
The most consequential election of our time requires that we mobilize and protect the Latino vote. SVREP partners with Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) for the general presidential elections.
MALDEF was SVREP’s legal representative on the Texas voter ID legislation, the Texas redistricting case, and the legal challenge against the US Census Bureau on the citizenship question. We won these legal challenges. MALDEF represents our lawsuit against Texas on the racial-profiling legislation, the Texas Senate Bill (SB) 4.
Latino voters who have problems at the polls can contact us at SVREP 210-782-1414. Issues that require legal action will be forward to MALDEF.
Click 'Learn more' to access MALDEF's website if you have any questions or would like to provide them with a tax-deductible donation.
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP), and United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI) partner to mobilize the Latino vote under the United Latino Vote Campaign.
LULAC’s, SVREP’s, and USHLI’s primary objectives are to expand the Latino vote, and to target newly registered voters for turnout in states, where Latinos can determine the outcome of the general elections.
Our target states include AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IA, KS, IL, NM, NV, MI, TX, and WI. The United Latino Vote Campaign will mobilize over 350,000 Latino voters for the general 2020 election. We seek grants and donations to fund a 501 (c)(3) mobilization effort.
Visit LULAC's and UHSLI's websites to learn more about their work and how to help.
SVREP and the Rural Coalition / Coalición Rural An alliance of farmers, farm workers, indigenous, migrant, and working people from the United States, working together toward a new society that values unity, hope, people, and the land.
SVREP and The Rural Coalition will register workers, farmers and its networks to vote.
SVREP and Mujers de La Tierra partner to mobilize the Latino vote. Mujers firmly believes in the power of ONE and that community action, social change starts with an individual's power to decide, move, inspire and act!