The National Council of La Raza, a Hispanic-rights and advocacy organization, launched a campaign Thursday to register South Florida Hispanic voters who are eligible to vote but not yet registered.
The effort is part of a broader, national move by the organization to get (coveted, swing) Hispanic voters to sign up before Election Day. In Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties alone, the group estimates that some 133,000 Hispanics are eligible to vote but have not yet registered.
As part of its Mobilize to Vote campaign, La Raza hopes to register 80,000 new Hispanic voters in Florida. Read the organization's announcement after the jump.