Hispanic Capitol Day 2024

The 23rd Annual Hispanic Capitol Day took place on March 12, 2024. On this day, more than 40 delegates from St. Louis, Columbia and Springfield showed up to Jefferson City to advocate on behalf of the Hispanic community. Our message was clear, the Hispanic community in Missouri is growing and we want to foster a welcoming Missouri for all.

Hispanic Capitol Day is built on the idea of elevating the voice of the Hispanic community and building meaningful relationships with our elected officials. We are thankful for all of our elected officials who met with our delegates, including Governor Mike Parson, Missouri Secretary of State and Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe.

View more photos of Hispanic Capitol Day 2024 HERE

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About this event

Join us for our 23rd annual Hispanic Capitol Day organized by Hispanic Leaders Group on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. 

Hispanic Capitol Day is a non-partisan event organized by the Hispanic Leaders Group to raise awareness and educate our elected officials about issues that are important to the Hispanic community. This day also serves to empower members of our community to participate in civic activities.

We extend a warm invitation and actively encourage members of the Hispanic community and our allies across the state of Missouri to participate in Hispanic Capitol Day.


Harry S. Truman State Building, Room 400
301 W High St, Jefferson City, MO 65101 

Missouri Capitol Building
201 W Capitol Ave, Jefferson City, MO 65101 

Missouri Governor's Mansion
100 Madison St, Jefferson City, MO 65101