Press ReleaseApril 1, 2024

Job Creators Network to Lead Major Hispanic Outreach Coalition With Key Partners

The Hispanic Vote Coalition Will Engage Hispanic Voters on Economic Issues in 2024 Election

Atlanta, GA – Job Creators Network (JCN), the nation’s leading small business advocacy organization fighting for freedom and amplifying the voices of small business owners, will lead a national coalition with our key partners Bienvenido and the National Christian Hispanic Leadership Conference, as well as a team of political veterans, to engage Hispanic voters on economic issues leading up to the 2024 election.

“Because of their growing, positive impact on American culture and the economy, we believe that Hispanics will be a deciding factor in the 2024 election,” said Alfredo Ortiz, CEO of Job Creators Network. “Hispanic voters deserve to be engaged in an honest conversation about the positive role they play in the American economy and about the negative impact that Washington’s bad policies like high inflation, high taxes, and overregulation, have on them, their families, and their businesses,” concluded Ortiz.

“The Hispanic Vote Coalition will use our many decades of political and policy experience to successfully reach the Hispanic community where they live, work, and worship, to secure the Hispanic support necessary to ensure that pro-growth, pro-small business, and pro-family policies are made in Washington,” said Mary Thomas, Chief Strategic Growth Officer of Job Creators Network.

“Being the largest minority voting bloc, the Hispanic vote wields significant influence that should not be underestimated. Successfully engaging this substantial voting demographic demands strategic messaging, extensive outreach efforts, and experienced leaders with a proven track record. Bienvenido is honored to be part of the coalition made up of organizations that have proven to be effective. Together we will protect our nation,” said Abraham Enriquez, President of Bienvenido.

“In recent years, research has reaffirmed that Latinos come to America and contribute to its economic vitality. Data indicates Latino-owned businesses are the fastest growing sector of the U.S. business economy. Hence, now more than ever, sound economic policies are critical to continue fostering innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit, which has made America the quintessential land of opportunities. We can no longer deny that Latinos are rapidly becoming an economic and voting force in our country,” said Rev. Abraham Hernandez, NHCLC Executive Director.


Meet The Hispanic Vote Coalition

Job Creators Network

Led by CEO Ortiz and chief strategist Thomas.


The nation’s fastest-growing organization uplifting Hispanic communities through classic American values. Hispanic voter empowerment, engagement, and activation.

National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference

A network of over 42,000 conservative Hispanic Pastors who lead, empower, and mobilize congregations totaling over 3 million church members.

Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

A national network of over 180 Hispanic Chambers of Commerce representing over 1 million business owners.

The Hon. Tim Huelskamp, Ph.D. (R-KS), former Member of Congress

Expert political strategist and Bienvenido board member, will help drive strategy and execution of the engagement campaign.

Rigel Strategies, Media Strategist

Expert in successfully utilizing media and advertising for persuasion campaigns, will support the paid media strategy.