Vote! Yo Voto!


The power of choice is the greatest power of all: the power to choose affordable healthcare, better schools , safer neighborhoods, and good-paying jobs. We can use our power to choose a better future.

Vota! Vote!


Our Mission

The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.

We have the power to choose strong leaders who will stand up for us and our families. By making a plan to participate we are choosing to build a better Dallas County, a stronger Texas, and a more unified country.


Why We Should Vote

When a community votes together  it is powerful, and so are you.. Your vote is your choice. Your opinion. Your belief. It is your voice. So make sure you’re heard.

1 Reason Number 1

You’re a Texan. It’s your state. You have the power to set  the direction for our future, to elect leaders who will act in Texas’ best interest. Make it personal.

2 Reason Number 2

Americans are opinionated. We have strong beliefs which make us powerful. We choose to lead through the ballot box - so choose Democracy.

3 Reason Number 3

With power comes responsibility, and the opportunity to lead our communities, by choosing better leaders to represent us.

Become a Member

Become a member to support the cause. Channel your power to choose a better Dallas County by helping us organize community events, foodbank giveaways, and advocacy calls. Fuel the fire.


Learn more about the candidates who have pledged to stand up for you and your families, to represent you at every level of our democracy.

Rochelle Garza

Attorney General

Paula Rosales

County Court at Law No. 4

Juan Renteria

County Court at Law No. 5

Angel Mata

Criminal Court 4

Sasha Moreno

Justice of the Peace, 4-2

Sarah Martinez

Justice of the Peace, 5-1

Juan Jasso

Justice of the Peace, 5-2

Michael Orozco

Constable, Precinct 5


Latino leaders plan lawsuit to change 'gross' underrepresentation in Houston City Council

Houston Chronicle | Jan 24, 2022

The lack of Latinos on the City Council undermines the legitimacy of Houston’s government, experts say, and is something that a prominent Hispanic organization is pushing to change with a lawsuit and ballot proposition.

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LULAC sues to remove ‘English-only Law’ for voting materials in Iowa

KWQC 6 Davenport | Oct 29, 2021

“We're seeing, you know just full-blown efforts in Republican-controlled states to limit the right of people to vote,” Garcia said. “It’s something you expect in third world countries, not the United States.”

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LULAC files lawsuit to prevent new voting law in Texas from going into effect

KSAT San Antonio | Sep 7, 2021

Less than an hour after Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill into law Tuesday that enacts new voting restrictions in Texas, the nation’s largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization filed a federal lawsuit in hopes of preventing the law from going into effect.

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