Thanks to a national voter registration campaign called Guac the Vote, you can register to vote while eating a taco in Austin, Texas.
Guac the Vote places voter registration stations at taco trucks to simplify the process.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce launched Guac the Vote after Marco Gutierrez, the founder of "Latinos for Trump," said if Trump wasn't elected there would be "taco trucks on every corner."
Everything about Austin is about tacos.
Luckily for Austinites, this is already mostly a reality.
We're open to any truck, but we definitely wanted to target the taco trucks and the businesses in the more working class parts of Austin.
Jose Valera, the co-owner of Tamale House East and Audrey Joy Maker launched Austin's Guac the Vote to target Latino and Hispanic voters and working class voters who typically have low voter registration rates. They partnered with 12 trucks across Austin.
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