Obama to Address Latinos in Orlando
President Barack Obama will return to Orlando in June. The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) announced today, Mr. Obama will address the nation’s Latino leadership at the organization’s 29th Annual Conference on Friday, June 22.
Mr. Obama’s address will occur during a three-day convention of nearly 1,000 Latino public officials at the Disney Contemporary Resort.
“We’re pleased that the President of the United States will be joining our nation’s Latino leadership at this historic event,” said Sylvia R. Garcia, NALEO President. “With the changing demographics and the growing Latino population, this conference is an opportunity for the President to address key elected officials and leaders regarding the Administration’s efforts to address the unique issues and challenges facing the Latino community today.”
In February earlier this year, Mr. Obama was in Isleworth near Orlando, at the home of NBA player Vince Carter for a fundraiser, which netted over $2 million.