CIRCLE (The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement)
conducts research on the civic and political engagement of young Americans.
Stay Connected:
The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement

Working Paper 10: Mobilizing the Latino Youth Vote

August 31st, 2003
Tweet
Share
Email to a Friend

by Melissa R. Michelson

January 2004graph

“This paper describes the results of a field experiment aimed at increasing turnout among young Latinos in Fresno, California conducted in the fall of 2002. Canvassers went door-to-door during the final two weekends before Election Day to urge registered young people to go to the polls. Young people of all races/ethnicities were targeted.”

Download here (PDF).

Find more analysis in our 2016 Election Center. For regular updates in your Inbox about youth and the 2016 election, sign up for CIRCLE's monthly E-Update here.

4 Responses to “Working Paper 10: Mobilizing the Latino Youth Vote”

  1. zygor guides Says:

    It is necessary to encourage young people to be active in voting for election.

  2. Hello Kitty store Says:

    “Young people of all races/ethnicities were targeted” anyway this is a good news for us, at least, we are trying.

  3. VinC Says:

    Young people are the next generation, they are also obligated to shared their mines for the country.

  4. Home Based Business Online Says:

    Young people should be more interested in voting, because is related to their future.