/ Modified jul 23, 2018 2:43 p.m.

Group Aims to Register 9k Hispanic Voters for Midterms

Tucson Coordinator for Mi Familia Vota explains the organization's strategy.

Arizonans have less than two weeks to register to vote for the primary election on Aug. 28, and a little less than three months to register for the general election on Nov. 6. Organizations across the state are working together to register 200,000 new voters by then, mostly in underserved and minority communities. Mi Familia Vota is one of those groups attempting to reach Hispanic voters. The group's Tucson coordinator Anakarina Rodriguez shared about its efforts to register 9,000 voters in Pima County.

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