Don’t forget to vote on November 8th

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Are you ready to vote on November 8th? Do you have questions or issues as a voter? Are you a spanish speaker looking to volunteer to answer voter’s phone calls? 

Are You A Voter with Questions or Concerns regarding voter information, voter registration, and voter protection?

 Call (888) VE Y VOTA!  llamar 1-888-839-8682!

Are You a Registered Voter? Click here to check your status online and find out where to go to vote on November 8th.

If you a not registered to vote here are your options:

  1. For those applicants who become 18 years old, a US Citizen, or have moved into town between November 2, 2016 and November 7, 2016, you can obtain and complete an application for voter registration and deliver the application in person to your Registrar of Voters at your local Town Hall no later 5 p.m. on Monday, November 07, 2016; or
  2. You can appear at the designated Election Day Registration site in your town and register and vote on Election Day.

adobe-dl-iconDownload the Voters Bill of Rights (DECLARACIÓN DE DERECHOS VOTANTE) flyer and learn about your rights as a registered voter.  

The Center Partners with NALEO Educational Fund to Provide Bilingual Assistance to Latino Voters

Hartford, CT (October 7, 2016) The Center for Latino Progress (CPRF), a Hartford-based non-profit, will once again partner with NALEO Educational Fund to host a Ve-Y-Vota Remote Call Center on November 7th and 8th. This partnership helps ensure that the Latino community in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont have timely access to voter information on these very important days.

The Center’s role will be to assist with answering questions on voter information, voter registration, and voter protection, as well as routing state-specific calls to specialized agents trained in the specific geographical region. This collaboration, coupled with The Center’s local expertise, will facilitate the management and rapid response to callers experiencing voter protection issues specific to their geographical region and state.

The Center is looking for volunteers to answer voter phone calls. No experience is necessary and training will take place at The Center. To register to volunteer, please visit the Ve Y Vota Hotline volunteer form at

To learn more about The Center’s programs and services, to volunteer, or to donate, please visit or call (860) 247-3227.

El Centro Se Une al Fondo Educativo NALEO Para Dar Ayuda en Español a los Votantes Latinos

Hartford, CT (Octubre 7, 2016) — El Center for Latino Progress – CPRF, una entidad de Hartford sin fines de lucro, una vez más se unirá al Fondo Educativo NALEO para ofrecer el Centro Remoto de Llamadas Ve Y Vota los días 7 y 8 de Noviembre. Esta colaboración asegura que la comunidad Latina votante de Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, y Vermont tengan información inmediata durante esos días tan importantes.

El papel que desempeñará El Center será ayudar respondiendo preguntas sobre información, protección y registro de votantes al igual que re-dirigir las llamadas sobre estados específicos a agentes especializados entrenados en regiones geográfica específicas. Esta colaboración, junto con la experiencia local de El Center, facilitará el manejo y respuesta inmediata a aquellos que llamen porque están experimentando situaciones específicas en sus estados y regiones geográficas que requieran la protección de sus derechos de los votantes.

El Center está buscando voluntarios para responder las llamadas telefónicas. No se necesita experiencia y se les entrenará en El Center. Para registrarse como voluntario, por favor llene la forma para voluntarios en el Hotline de Ve Y Vota en

Para conocer más sobre los programas y servicios de El Center, para ser voluntario, o para hacer donaciones, favor visitar o llamar al (860) 247-3227.