‘Guac the Vote’ Will Register Voters at Taco Trucks on Every Corner

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The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce aims to ‘Guac the Vote’ in a cheeky response to Latinos for Trump’s taco truck warnings
Registering at taco trucks is the most delicious way to participate in this election season.

Guac the Vote

Registering at taco trucks is the most delicious way to participate in this election season. 

Latinos for Trump made headlines this month when one if its members warned voters of an “ominous future” with “taco trucks on every corner.” The hilarious blunder has unintentionally led the way for a new movement called “Guac the Vote” to get voters participating in the coming election.

The campaign from the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce aims to turn taco trucks into mobile voter registration vehicles that both satisfy your appetite and fulfill your American patriotic duty in one fell swoop.

“We are hoping in the next two weeks it will be in full swing,” Javier Palomarez, president of the USHCC, said in a statement. He added that although his organization has endorsed Clinton, its efforts will be both national and bipartisan, reaching all constituents to encourage people to get out and vote (and support local Latino businesses).

Guac the Vote’s ambition is to get a taco truck at every polling location in America this year. Here’s a map to showcase these ambitions:

Last week, the Colorado Democratic Party parked a taco truck outside the Trump campaign headquarters and dozens of people signed up to vote and chowed down on some carnitas. The successful trolling ended up inspiring the entire Guac the Vote movement.

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