We are the PEOPLE

We are the deciding VOTE

Our Time is NOW 

"Let's Get Loud!" 


The Planning

How to Run for Political Office in 2018


So, you think you want to run for political office? This comprehensive page to show you how to run for state or local office. The basic steps we’ll cover:

Considering a Run for Office?

Political Campaign Structure and Organization

Exploratory Phase

Pre-announcement Steps

Announcement Day

Campaign Strategy, Priorities, and Tactics

Gowing Support

The Day After Election


So, You Want To Run For Local Office Generation Progress: Holding an elected position can be one of the strongest ways to create change within our individual communities and inspire others.  list below includes a basic overview of the elected and appointed offices available to you. 


Search over 121,713 elected offices across the USA  Find the offices you are eligible to run for, with all the information you need to get on the ballot.

The Training

Sample Political Campaign Budget Plan and track your campaign expenses and revenue. Political campaign budget Excel spreadsheet available for download. It will allow you to plan and track operations, voter contact, and fundraising expenses and revenue. 27 distinct expense line items you need to track.  Monthly columns with budget and actual totals. Revenue-tracking worksheet.

The Community

Latino Victory Fund is a progressive political action committee with the mission of growing Latino political power by increasing Latino representation at every level of government – from the school board to the Senate to the White House.

Get Inspired - Latinas Represent You have a story to tell. Inspire others to take action!


Hispanics and Asian-Americans Face Barriers to Lower Offices, Report Finds - Among the barriers members of these groups faced is that they were less likely to come up with the idea of running for office themselves

Latinos and the political parties

Hispanic registered voters have historically identified more with the Democratic Party than the Republican Party​​​

Latino political group turning attention from Washington to state capitals -

 An organization that helped elect seven Latinos to Congress last year is now looking to make similar gains in several state capitals. The Latino Victory Project, a group that has raised millions of dollars to train and recruit Latino candidates,