BX group urges Latino community to vote

Nos Quedamos, a non-profit community development corporation comprised of residents, homeowners and business owners from the South Bronx, are spending the weekend reminding registered voters about where they can go to vote.

Nos Quedamos, a non-profit community development corporation comprised of residents, homeowners and business owners from the South Bronx, are spending the weekend reminding registered voters about where they can go to vote. (11/2/13)

THE BRONX - A local community organization in the Bronx is making a mad dash to remind everyone to vote on Tuesday.

Nos Quedamos, a non-profit community development corporation comprised of residents, homeowners and business owners from the South Bronx, are spending the weekend reminding registered voters about where they can go to vote.

They hope to educate the South Bronx and Melrose community about civic involvement.

The Latino vote makes up nearly one-fourth of the voters in New York City.

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