PRFAA is partnering with Synovate to conduct exit polling following the registration of more than 336,000 Puerto Rican and Hispanic voters as part of its Que Nada Nos Detenga
PRFAA operates 12 regional community outreach offices in Boston, Springfield (MA), Chicago, Cleveland, Hartford, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Newark, Orlando and Philadelphia and is headquartered in Washington, D.
is headquartered at 1100 17th Street, NW in Washington, D.
operates 12 regional community outreach offices in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Hartford, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Newark, Orlando, Philadelphia, and Springfield, Mass.
The results of this study suggest that the voter registration drive conducted by PRFAA has had a significant effect on the turnout among first time voters.
PRFAA serves as the mainland presence of the government of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and is responsible for the advancement and well-being of Puerto Ricans on the Island and the United States.
PRFAA is spearheading the non-partisan effort that has registered more than 175,000 new voters in 12 states since the campaign's inception in July 2002.
CHCI Livable Communities panelists included PRFAA Executive Director Mari Carmen Aponte, Puerto Rico Governor Sila Calderon's Deputy Chief of Staff Ingrid Vila, Alan Spears of the National Parks Conservation Association, Angela Ledford of Clear the Air public education campaign, Rich Stolz of the Transportation Equity Network and Jacinta Ma of Harvard University's Civil Rights Project.