Jolt Action

Empowering Latinos to use their voice & votes to build a better, brighter future for all texans.

We believe young Latinos will transform Texas through the power of their vote. Together we are building a democracy that represents the voices & values of our diverse state.

We are now accepting applications to serve on the board for 2024 for two year increments up to six year term limit. Learn more>>

We are building a latino-led movement that will win our communities power and respect.

Voter Engagement

Leadership Development

arts & Culture

Student Chapters

Powered by young people. A way to connect with your peers and start your civic engagement journey.

Join Team Jolt

Jolt works to keep our network informed on volunteer opportunities and the issues impacting Latinos in Texas.

Artists in Residence

We harness the power of art and culture to make change and inspire conversations. We empower creatives!

Voting Resources

Voting should be safe and easy for everyone. Jolt provides helpful information on the entire process from registering to vote, to what’s on the ballot, when and where to vote, what to bring to the polls and what to do if you experience intimidation at the polls. 

2023 Impact Report

What we Believe Is Simple:

Our democracy is stronger when everyone has a seat at the table. We use the power of art, culture and storytelling to counter harmful narratives about Latinos in Texas. We are building a Latino-led movement that will win our community the power and respect it deserves.

Our History

Founded in 2016 on a wave of democracy to engage younger generations and aspiring leaders to create change for themselves and communities, Jolt empowers Latinos to use their voice and vote by sharing knowledge, skills and resources that impact change to their everyday lives to build a better, brighter future for all Texans.  Jolt operates in the major metro areas inclusive of  Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio & Houston.

Jolt Election Reflection 2023

Jolt Election Reflection 2023 Hon. Diana Maldonado, Jolt Executive Director Following the recent midterm elections earlier this month in Texas, I recalled a conversation I

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