SJSU Latino Alumni Network presents the Latino Vote Event.
**Onsite voter registration will be available for those eligible to vote.
SJSU Latino Alumni Network invites SJSU students and alumni to join their event Tuesday, October 4th from 6-8pm in MLK Library Meeting Room 225 where they will discuss the impact and importance of The Latino Vote.
In California, Latinos make up 38% of the population with 7 million eligible to vote but only 17% are likely to vote.
Connecting immigration, business, education, and what the Latino Vote means to them.
- Sarahi Salamanca, Founder of DREAMers Roadmap, Voto Latino’s Innovators Challenge Winner
- Tiq Chapa, Program Manager for Stanford Latino Entrepreneur Initiative Program, Voto Latino’s Innovators Challenge Winner
- Omar Torres, Governing Board, Franklin McKinley School District/Community Outreach Coordinator for SJ City Council
The Latino Vote
- When: Tue, October 4, 2016
- Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
- Location: San José State University MLK Library 225, 1 Washington Square (map below).
To learn about the SJSU Latino Alumni Network visit http://www.sjsulatinoalumninetwork.com