SNHU to Host Latino Summit

Thursday, October 04, 2007
SNHU Communications Office


Gustavo Moral                              
Vision Hispana-NH
(603) 566-3197         
 Fourth Annual NH Latino Summit
And Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Set for October

Manchester, NH (Oct. 4, 2007) – Vote Now NH Hispanics and Vision Hispana-NH have set Oct. 11 as the NH Latino Summit, which coincides with Hispanic Heritage Month. The program includes:

 A Luncheon Mayoral Forum from noon to 1 p.m. – Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta and attorney Tom Donovan have been invited to attend.  Attorney Tom Donovan is scheduled to attend.
 Presentations from 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. include: “The US Political System,” “The NH Political System,”  “Grassroots Involvement,” and “How to Pick Your Candidate.”
 A Presidential Forum from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m: All Republican and Democratic presidential candidates have been invited for a forum on Latin American and Caribbean issues.  New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is scheduled to attend.

 “This year’s New Hampshire Latino Summit, will address key issues that affect the involvement of Latinos in the political process across levels, issues pertaining to Latin America and the Caribbean that ultimately impact Latinos in the U.S. and important matters on the future of NH’s largest city,” said Gustavo Moral, president of Visión Hispana-NH and Vote Now NH Hispanics. “Given the successful record of the Summit I look forward to the Summit being a catalyst for an exciting electoral season and further evidence of the contributions of Latinos in New Hampshire.” 
Event sponsors include Verizon, Bank of America, St. Mary’s Bank, The Imported Grape, LLC, Two Guys Food Market, and NHCUC.   

Vision-Hispana-NH is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation formed to support and facilitate the integration of Hispanics in the political, economic and cultural life of New Hampshire through education, leadership development, economic and business development, and cultural awareness. Vote Now NH Hispanics (VNNHH) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation and the only New Hampshire Hispanic Corporation in voter registration and education, whose mission is to promote, encourage, develop and expand the participation of Hispanics in the electoral process. 

Please contact Gustavo Moral at 603.566.3197 or, for additional information        

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