The Latino VOTE Missouri

Our Vote, Our Future

Hispanic Leaders Group is proud to launch an initiative dedicated to empowering the Hispanic/Latino community in Missouri and the St. Louis region through increased voter registration, education, and turnout. We believe every voice matters and our collective participation can shape a brighter future for all. 


The Hispanic/Latino population in Missouri and St. Louis is rapidly growing, making our community a crucial demographic in local, state, and national elections. By voting, we can:

Our Potential in Missouri

2020 Latino Population: 303,068 (43% increase since 2010)

Unregistered Eligible Latinos: 146,934 (74.52% of the population)

2016 Latino Turnout: 26,235

2020 Latino Turnout: 33,405

Information sourced from Voto Latino 

Our primary barrier: 

Low voter registration numbers! Join the movement and get registered!

Voter Registration

1. Check Your Voter Registration Status

Visit or Missouri Election website to verify your registration status.

2. Register to Vote

If you’re not registered, follow the prompts on or Missouri Election website to complete the process online or request a mail-in registration form.

3. Update Your Registration

If you’ve recently moved or changed your name, update your voter registration information to ensure you can cast your ballot without any issues.

4. Deadlines and Requirements

The last day to register to vote for the general election is October 9, 2024.

Get Involved

There are many ways you can contribute to the Latino Vote initiative:


Unidos US 
A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that serves as the nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization. 

League of Women Voters
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan, grassroots organization working to protect and expand voting rights and ensure everyone is represented in our democracy. 

Hispanic Executive
Hispanic Executive amplifies the voices of Latino leadership in America.

This is a non-partisan initiative by the Hispanic Leaders Group, dedicated to increasing civic engagement and voter participation within the Hispanic/Latino community.