Hector is dedicated to finding unique ways to encourage people of all backgrounds and ethnicities to exercise their right to vote.

 

Hector serves on the Leadership Council of Jolt, a Texas-based organization driving voter registration and voter mobilization among Texas Latinos. Activities includes year-round issue organizing, leadership training and student chapters across the state.

 

He also supports initiatives that help people become technologically savvy so that they can become aware and better informed on important issues. 

Example: People may be asked to vote on an initiative in a city to allow driverless cars. If the population is not informed about the pros and cons of driverless cars, then they would only vote on the basis of current publicity.

"BECOMING MORE INFORMED ON TECHNOLOGY IS PART OF OUR CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY"