Latino voters make up a key voting demographic in the United States, and yet there are many stereotypes and misconceptions about this increasingly large and diverse share of the electorate. Join us as we break down the myths surrounding this voter bloc and hear firsthand accounts from consultants who worked on the 2020 presidential campaigns on how both campaigns won support from the Latino vote across the country.
When: May 6, 2021 from 1 – 4 p.m. EDT (All conference times are Eastern).
Where: Wherever you have a good wifi connection! The conference will be entirely virtual.
The 2020 election cycle was historic for many reasons, and political consultants had to pivot from traditional tactics at every moment. Hear consultants' insights by registering now.
Discover insights from dozens of campaign professionals throughout the event, and network with fellow consultants virtually to kick off your job search for the 2022 election cycle.
Beyond Stereotypes: A Deep Dive Into the Latino Vote is headlined by those who were on the front lines of the 2020 election. Get first-hand knowledge and be inspired by their campaigning creativity!
Political Consultants in Attendance
Latino voting trends discussed
Political consultants, media buyers, public affairs specialists, suppliers, industry leaders, journalists, or anyone else who has their hands in politics!
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