your mission: election 2022
the power of your vote
In California, Latinas comprise approximately 20% of the population, accounting for nearly 39% of all women in the State.
Recent data from a study conducted by USC ERI & HOPE suggests California Latinas are more likely to turn out to vote than their male counterparts, with 68% of registered Latinas showing out to vote in the 2020 general election.
Latinas' lived experiences, family and community needs are motivating factors for our civic participation. That's why we are agents of change and have powerful influence in our homes, places of work, and communities.
Let's activate those superpowers this Election 2022!
prepare to vote
Online voter registration has ended but you can you can still complete the Same Day Voter Registration Process.
Click here for a list of Early Voter Locations where you can register to vote.
Need to register on Election Day?
Click here to find your local polling place.
ACTIVATE YOUR superhero team!
Are you all set to vote? Pues assemble your Superhero Team! It's going to take all of us Latinas to get loud and make an impact this election. Click on the buttons below to access sample captions and graphics you can share on your social media channels. And remember to use the hashtag #ThisLatinaVotes for a chance to be re-posted on HOPE's channels.
Important election dates
Superheroes know the details of their mission! Keep these important dates as you prepare to vote.
Last Day to Register to Vote Online or Postmark by
October 24, 2022
September 29 - October 18, 2022
Secretary of State's office will mail the Official Voter Information Guide during this period
October 10, 2022
Vote by mail ballots are mailed out no later than this date
October 10 - November 7, 2022
Early voting sites are open
October 29, 2022
Counties that are part of the Voter's Choice Act will open
November 8, 2022:
In-person voting on Election Day!
Polls are open 7 am to 8 pm
GEt to know the Los Angeles City Mayoral Candidates
Did you know the City of Los Angeles has the highest percentage of Latina voters in the entire country? Our vote has a huge impact in these elections and HOPE wants to ensure Angelinas are informed and understand how the next mayor of L.A. will influence critical issues to Latinas like public safety, small business, sexual harassment and more. You have the power to help decide who will be the next mayor to lead the City of Los Angeles.
This questionnaire is part of HOPE's work to educate voters and encourage civic participation. This candidate questionnaire is for purely educational purposes to inform voters. HOPE does not endorse or oppose any of the candidates for public office.
Virtual Café con Los Angeles City Mayoral Candidates
Watch our Virtual Café con Los Angeles City Mayoral Candidates Rick J. Caruso and Congresswoman Karen Bass. The mayoral candidates sat down with HOPE CEO Helen Torres to talk about their vision for the City of Los Angeles and important issues impacting our communities.
CONGRESSWOMAN KAREN BASS