Traditionally, Latino voting rates in the Kansas City metro are abysmal and that's probably for the best given "complicated" residency status for quite a few among this demographic of aspiring voters. Here's a movement hoping to boost those numbers by using a term that most people don't understand.
Here's a hopeful contradiction to bloggy skepticism . . .
Latino voters prefer to vote in person because they think their vote is more likely to be counted - but express they don't have enough information, according to the Voter Participation Center. And one Kansas City, Missouri, woman saw that need first hand.