Phase 1 : 5 Million out of 30 Million to get registered to vote and active

Phase 1 We are seeking 5 Million to register to vote , verify registration / update residence and get active in this years elections and our campaigns.  Below is a signup  DEADLINE TILL NEXT PHASE is AUGUST 30

Hispanics are one of the fast growing populations in the United States. There are over 54 Million Hispanics living in the US, and over 30 million eligible Hispanic / Latino voters but less than 49% are registered and active voters. We want to see this change America for the better and change the Hispanics lives and dreams. The largest group of Hispanic people is found in New Mexico (47.3 percent), followed by California with 14.4 million. They are also heavily represented in Texas (10 million) and Florida (4.5 million). In addition, Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York all have more than one million Hispanic residents.

This Phase includes : Building a broader Hispanic Voter Base. Engage them in voting, over 80 of Hispanics that can vote,would rather not vote, we want to turn that around to 80% who understand it is necessary for them to vote. Our first goal is to add 5 million more users to the voting population, starting in Texas and California. When we reach that we will work for the rest of the 30 million who are not registered and or active. In 2014 Hispanics made up 8% of total voters, black voters 12% and whites 75%. We believe we can change the Hispanic number to 15% in 2016.

We need your help. We created some tools to help them get registered. Please check with all of your family, realitives and Hispanic friends and ask them if they are registered to vote or if their voter registration is updated.

You can actually register right from here and you can click here for campaign stickers and tools.

Sign here if you are registered to vote or updated / verified your registration:

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Click here to see who voted



To be eligible to register in Texas, you must:

  • Military/Overseas Votersbe a U.S. citizen;
  • be a resident of the county;
  • be 18 years old (you may register at 17 years and 10 months);
  • not a convicted felon (unless a person’s sentence is completed, including any probation or parole)
  • not declared mentally incapacitated by a court of law

Texas Am I Registered to Vote?

Can’t remember if you’ve registered in the past? Please feel free to use our Texas Voter Information Website  that not only confirms whether you are registered or not, but will even allow you to search for your polling place location prior to an election. The service is easy to use. All you need is a Texas Driver’s license to get started. If you know that you have not registered to vote then please use the Informal Online Application service which is displayed to the right.

Am I Registered to Vote?

Texas Informal Online Application

You may fill out a voter registration application online, print it and mail it to the voter registrar in your county of residence. You are not registered until you have filled out the online application, printed it, and mailed it to your local County Voter Registrar. The County Voter Registrar’s address can be found at the top of the online outputted voter registration application once you have submitted your information from the fill-in-the blanks screen.


Informal Online Voter Registration Application


California Qualifications

To register to vote in California, you must be:

  • A United States citizen,
  • A resident of California,
  • 18 years of age or older on Election Day,
  • Not in prison, on parole, serving a state prison sentence in county jail, serving a sentence for a felony pursuant to subdivision (h) of Penal Code section 1170, or on post release community supervision (for more information on the rights of people who have been incarcerated, please see the Secretary of State’s Voting Rights for Californians with Criminal Convictions or Detained in Jail or Prison), and
  • Not found by a court to be mentally incompetent.


  • in California You can apply to register to vote


right now by filling in the online application. If you have any questions, visit Frequently Asked Questions, contact the Secretary of State’s Elections Division at (800) 345-8683 or by email.

If you are enrolled in California’s confidential address program, Safe At Home, please do not apply to register to vote using this site. Contact the Safe At Home program toll-free at (877) 322-5227 or by the Safe At Home email.

California Are You Already Registered to Vote?

To find out if you are currently registered to vote, visit Check Status of Your Voter Registration.

California Voter Registration Deadlines

In California, the deadline to register to vote for any election is 15 days before Election Day, so please register early!

Voter Registration Deadlines for Upcoming Elections
Election Date Your registration must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than:
June 7, 2016
(Presidential Primary Election)
May 23, 2016

California When to Re-Register to Vote

You need to re-register to vote when:

  • You move to a new permanent residence,
  • You change your name, or
  • You change your political party choice.

As a California voter, be aware that local elections in some areas are held on dates that do not coincide with statewide election dates. The 15-day close of registration deadline for these local elections varies depending on the actual date of the election. If you need to know a deadline for a local election, contact your county elections office.

California Voter Registration Drives

Anyone distributing voter registration cards in California should be familiar with the rules and regulations for conducting voter registration drives.

Anyone requesting 50 or more voter registration cards from the Secretary of State must complete and submit a Statement of Distribution Form and a plan of distribution to the Secretary of State via mail or fax to:

  • California Secretary of State
  • Elections Division
  • 1500 11th Street, 5th Floor
  • Sacramento, CA 95814
  • Fax: (916) 653-3214

The Secretary of State’s Elections Division will process the request within 48 hours of receiving the form. For additional assistance, please contact the Secretary of State’s Elections Division at (916) 657-2166.