Las Vegas, NV – The Nevada State Democratic Party is launching a Spanish version of its revamped website today in an effort to boost outreach to the Latino community as we gear up for our First in the West presidential caucus and the 2016 general election, where Nevada is poised to be a key battleground state. Last month, the NV Dems unveiled a significant redesign of nvdems.com to make it mobile-friendly, improve the navigation and create a more visual user experience.
Visit the Spanish version of the new NV Dems website here: esp.nvdems.com.
“This new website will make it much easier for Nevadans who speak Spanish to get their caucus information, learn about the Democratic Party and support our candidates this November,”said Mariela Hernandez, Nevada State Democratic Party Political Director. “Whether it’s increasing access to higher education, protecting health care reform or keeping immigrant families together, Democrats stand with the Latino community against an out-of-touch Republican agenda that would undermine their futures. With more than a quarter of Nevada’s population identifying as Latino, we are working hard to increase our outreach to these voters so they make their voices heard in our First in the West presidential caucus.”
The Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus is also running a series of print newspaper ads in El Tiempo and El Mundo this month. The ads remind Nevadans how important it is to get involved in the caucus process to help choose the Democratic nominee who will stand up against the GOP’s extremism and win the White House in 2016.