The actors are representing a telenovela-style publicity campaign, sponsored by Voto Latino

Por People Staff
Updated Febrero 01, 2008
Wilmer y Rosario Dawson
Credit: Voto Latino

Voto Latino wants the Latino community – especially young Latinos – to vote. And the organization represented by celebrities has aligned itself with the Declare Yourself campaign to create telenovela-style publicity announcements emphasizing the power of the Latino vote in the United States.

Actress Rosario Dawson is one of Voto Latino's founders, and as a Hispanic-American, she wants to secure the future of our community. Her efforts coincide with those of Declare Yourself, which is fighting to get all 18-year-olds to the polls this election season.

Actors like Wilmer Valderrama, Nick Zano, Tony Plana (Ugly Betty (ABC)) and Craig's List founder Craig Newmark will join Dawson, 28, in creating a mini-telenovela to raise awareness about the upcoming presidential election, which will target the seven million Latinos between ages 18 and 29 in the United States.

To see more of the campaign or to get more information about voting, visit Voto Latino.