NALEO

AcronymDefinition
NALEONational Association of Latino Elected Officials
NALEONational Association of Licensing & Enforcement Officers (UK)
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Roybal Award from NALEO 2016 Wings of Freedom Award from President of Taiwan 2017 Announced that she would not be running for reelection In 2018
(3.) "2016 Latino Voter Turnout Projection," NALEO Education Fund, accessed April 21, 2016, http://www.naleo.org/election2016.
(9) Veanse los estudios realizados por Cardona (1980), NALEO y Fund and The Tomas Rivera Institut (1997); Collier y Gamarra (2001); Guarnizo (2008); Vicente et al.
What they say will have a major impact on voters," said Sylvia Garcia, head of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO).
CNNE has offered full coverage of the Texas primaries, and will cover the upcoming Latino political confab, Naleo, in June, as well as the presidential debates in October.
These included meetings at the White House where President Obama spoke and met with NLC officials; meetings with the Board of Directors of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) in San Antonio, Texas; the HELO Board of Directors Retreat in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where strategic discussions were held to offer recommendations for NLC's immigration topics for the Phoenix Congress of Cities; and dialogue with the NLC Advisory Council.
Of these quantitative methodology essays, four use surveys that are national in scope (e.g., the Latino National Political Survey, the National Survey on Latinos in America, Tomas Rivera Policy Institute's Immigrant Political Participation Survey), while five relied on more local data, whether at the state or municipal level, along with national level data such as NALEO accounts of Latino elected officials.
The Republican candidate's speech to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) was interrupted several times by hecklers from an anti-war protest group.
312316; National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund, The Latino Vote in 1992 (Washington: NALEO Educational Fund, 1992), p.
2, at 4 (statement of James Thomas Tucker, Voting Rights Consultant, NALEO Educ.