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The Latina Initiative empowers Latina voters to support economic policies recognizing the value and impact of women's contributions to our economy.

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economic power

Latinas significantly contribute to the U.S. economy, doubling the buying power of non-Hispanics/Latinos. Latina-owned small businesses are the fastest-growing segment of the business community in the United States.

$40 billion

is the purchasing power of Latinos in Colorado

since 2007

Latina-owned businesses have grown by 87% in the U.S.

$3.4 trillion

is the national Latino economic spending power, equivalent to the 5th largest GDP in the world


A majority of Colorado Latino voters agree that cities and towns should build more affordable housing near jobs, schools, and public services.


of Colorado Latinos are homeowners, compared to 71% of their white counterparts


of Colorado Latinos are renters, compared to 29% of their white counterparts


of the Colorado Latino population lives in poverty compared to 9% of the non-Latino population

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Colorado has the 8th largest Latino population in the United States, with 1 in 9 women in Colorado being Latina. On average, Latinas in the U.S. earn 52 cents for every $1 a white man makes.


of the female workforce in U.S. consists of Latinas

by 2031

Latinas in the workforce is expected to grow by approximately 26%


of Colorado Latino registered voters support increasing the minimum wage across the state so that working residents have access to jobs that pay living wages

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