Sea Mar Community Health Center

Pacific Northwest Regional Carpenters

Catholic Housing Services Western WA

El Centro de La Raza - Seattle

Washington Federation of State Employees

Fiesta Foods

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Our Mission


When you vote you make your voice count. For almost everything you buy in Washington, you pay taxes. While our senators and representatives will decide what the money gets spent out, it's tax payers who will hold them accountable and let them know what matters. Besides voting, there are other ways to participate in civic engagement, even when you are not eligible to vote.

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Latino Civic Alliance (LCA) is a statewide 501c.3 civic engagement  organization that promotes advocacy and civic engagement in Washington State by encouraging social responsibility and public service. LCA facilitates community and state based advocacy for Latino/as.  We collaborate with the community to improve the public good on the local, state and national level. LCA advocates on a solution basis and seeks to foster opportunities for meaningful and reciprocal relationships between political representation and the community.

By attending 2019 Latino Legislative Day you will be attending the largest Latino political platform. At the event you will meet with your legislators to discuss issues impacting your communities. You will also have to opportunity to meet with respected state officials. Participants are given the option of attending policy sessions on small business, education, healthcare, housing, farm worker rights, economic development and juvenile justice and public safety.

Re​ach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

Dear Supporters, 

We are looking forward to seeing you at 2019 Latino Legislative Day on March 18th in Olympia. Please review the agenda with details of the event all day. We will be having panel discussions,  a march is planned  to the capital and we encourage you to bring signs (no sticks allowed in capital). At 12p.m a special program will be held in capital rotunda to recognize 6 individuals for their exceptional and courageous commitment to their communities.

Key note speaker will be Representative Lillian Ortiz-Self, Governor Inslee and Attorney General Ferguson and other legislators are expected to speak. After the program you are encouraged to return to the DSHS building to attend policy sessions that will include a guest speaker, Mark Gonzalez, District Attorney  from Corpus Christi to talk about the important role of prosecutors in the criminal justice system. In addition a policy session on immigration detention bonds that could help community members be out on bail until the hearing occurs, but very expensive and people are left in detention. Lastly, a farmworker tribunal will occur at 5p.m in the Columbia room open to the public. In the meantime, please contact your state legislator to advocate before march 18th - to see the bills LCA is supporting or schedule meeting  with your legislator click on on buttons next to this message. Please note we will have the youth leadership sessions near the DSHS building - view the information button 

Look forward to seeing you soon.  Thank you, Nina Martinez, LCA Board Chair​​

2019 Latino legislative day Sponsors & partners