Engaging the Rising Electorate: A Revealing Look at U.S. Latinos’ Pivotal Role in the 2012 Election – and Beyond
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes
In 2008, President Obama won 67% of the Hispanic vote, while Senator John McCain won only 31%. Similarly, in 2004, former president George W. Bush earned 44% of the Latino vote, helping him to win re-election. This year, there are approximately 22 million eligible Hispanic voters, and their impact is expected to be significant. In fact, a number of leading experts predict that the Latino vote will represent the margin of victory in this year’s election.
Join PR Newswire for this FREE webinar as we take a closer look at the Latino electorate, shedding light on the importance of this growing community – both in the upcoming election and beyond – and offering tips to help communicators reach and connect with this influential audience.
During this webinar, we will discuss:
Natalie Boden, Founder and Managing Director, BodenPR
David Duckenfield, Partner, Balsera Communications Group
Judy Pino, Communications Director, The LIBRE Initiative
Carlos Giron, Multicultural Marketing Consultant, PR Newswire