2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour to Define Agenda for Hispanics in America and their Responsibilities to Cultivate US Economic Recovery

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2012 Hispanic Town Hall Tour is the first gathering of its kind to formally unify the voices of Hispanics in America by organically defining an agenda that represents their unique perspectives in anticipation of the 2012 Presidential Election.

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2012 Hispanic Voice

First of its kind gathering to formally unify the voices of Hispanics in America.

2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall is the first gathering of its kind to formally unify the voices of Hispanics in America by organically defining an agenda that represents their unique perspectives in anticipation of the 2012 Presidential Election.

Who: Glenn Llopis: Founder/CEO: Center for Hispanic Leadership
         Jose Moreno: President, Los Amigos / Tenured University Professor
         Lucy Santana: Executive Director, Girls, Inc. (Costa Mesa)
         Ron Gonzales: Orange County Register

What: 2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour is a non-partisan initiative formed to help Hispanics in America understand the responsibility of their voice and the resurgence of their authentic identity to cultivate sustainable economic prosperity in the United States.

Where: The Orange County Register (Hoiles Auditorium)
            625 N. Grand Ave., Santa Ana CA 92701

When: January 11, 2012: Check-in: 6:00pm Pacific Time; 6:30pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time

Learn More: http://www.2012HispanicVoice.com

Supporting Article: What’s at Stake for Latinos in 2012?

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