The Latino Community Foundation Joins Vote Early Day to Ensure Americans Know Their Options This Fall With Less Than 50 days until Election Day. LCF is Working with Vote Early Day, a Movement of Nonprofits, Businesses and More, to Increase Awareness of Options to Vote Early

San Francisco, September 25, 2020 — This week, the Latino Community Foundation officially announced its partnership with Vote Early Day, a movement of nonprofits, businesses, election administrators, and creatives who are working to ensure that Americans understand and utilize their options to vote early this election cycle and beyond.

By working with Vote Early Day to create awareness, celebrate community and increase voter education, the Latino Community Foundation hopes to encourage more Americans to exercise their right to vote. Voting early – by mail and in person – reduces lines on Election Day, provides increased flexibility, and ensures that Americans do not have to choose between their health and their civic duty.

“Given the unprecedented challenges created by the current pandemic, Vote Early Day’s mission is more important than ever,” said Christian Arana, Policy Director at the Latino Community Foundation. “We’re proud to be joining the movement to promote civic responsibility and ensure all eligible voters are aware of their voting options.”

The Latino Community Foundation is part of a rapidly growing number of companies and organizations that have joined Vote Early Day to further their commitment to civic engagement.

To learn more about Vote Early Day and how you or your organization can join the movement, visit their website at


Media Contact:

Christian Arana /

Policy Director at Latino Community Foundation