I vote for tacos: Houston’s taco trucks are registering people to vote

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HOUSTON — Hope you're hungry for some tacos with a side of politics because taco trucks all over the country are now serving up their tacos al pastor with a side of voter registration.

Houston has eight spots you can get signed up to cast your ballet while you grab some fajitas.

Taco 'bout a spicy election season.

Remember when Marco Gutierrez the leader of the group, Latinos for Trump, said he believed that Hispanics were a problem and if Hilary was elected there would be taco trucks on every corner?

Well- Latino political group, Mi Familia Vota and design firm Rigsby Hull responded by turning the controversial statement into a registration drive.

The deliciously named voter drive, Guac the Vote, hopes to get as many people to “barba-goa out to the polls as possible” and create a surge in the political Latino community.

The campaign will run through October 11th so you can turn that craving for taquitos into some tasty civic duty - Just don`t get any hot sauce on your registration forms.

Check out all of Houston’s participating locations below:

El Ultimo Taco Truck
1743 Jacquelyn Drive

La Gloria Tacos
7400 Long Point Drive

La Gloria Tacos
14520 Memorial Drive

Tacos Mayra
10510 Beechnut Street

Tacon Madre
905 Edgebrook Drive

El Taquito Food Truck
8429 Richmond Avenue

Tierra Caliente
1919 West Alabama Street

Tila’s Cantina Taco Truck
2309 University Boulevard


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