The ALRE mission is to unite Latinos in a professional and respectful environment where Latinos and others can
ALRE provides an essential forum for Arizona's leaders from diverse professions and backgrounds to articulate their views and help form and implement public policy. ALRE has received strong support from a wide range of influential stakeholders and decision makers. ALRE is establishing long-term strategic partnerships for creating collaborative solutions to current challenges and opportunities for positive progress.
- intelligently analyze issues facing Arizona and the Latino Community,
- thoughtfully consider potential solutions,
- passionately act to facilitate greater awareness and change, and
- facilitate discussions on issues in a social network that allows debate, exploration and cultural celebration.
Led by a talented, accomplished and politically-engaged professionals, ALRE's Board is an effective non-partisan group that includes established leaders from public, private and non-profit sectors.
Thank you for attending the 2012 Latino Town Hall, "Arizona's Emerging Latino Vote", presented by ALRE and The Raul Castro Institute, hosted at Phoenix College. The town hall was made possible by generous support and sponsorship of SRP, APS and Magellan Health Services.
Below is a list of the nearly 30 organizations that pledged to support efforts to continue registering Latinos to vote and get them to the polls.
Arizona Groups Joining Latino Voter Turnout Pledge:
Arizona Latino Research Enterprise
O'Connor House Centennial Voter Engagement Project
Vote for Arizona's Future
Valle del Sol, Inc.
One Arizona Table
Arizona Advocacy Network
Shadow Rock United Church of Christ
Somos America Coalition
Raul Castro Institute
Arizona Center for Empowerment
Border Action Network
Arizona Hispanic Community Forum
Mi Familia Vota
Southwest Conference of the United Church of Christ
Protecting Arizona's Family Coalition Educational Fund
Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy
Maricopa County Democratic Party
Arizona Democratic Party
Arizona Republican Party
Chicanos Por La Causa
Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Mesa Association of Hispanic Citizens
Arizona Latino Commission
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WHO WE ARE
The Arizona Latino Research Enterprise (ALRE) was founded by a group of Latino professionals who felt a need to make a positive impact in Arizona and the Latino community with regard to the Latino experience.
While the growth of the Latino community has been substantial over the past 20 years and is projected to continue, questions remain such as:
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