Javier Palomarez, president of the USHCC, told NBC News that while his organization has endorsed Clinton, Guac The Vote is committed to a bipartisan framework. The taco trucks are revving up their engines soon, and Palomarez says, "we are hoping in the next two weeks it will be in full swing."
For what it’s worth, the taco voter registration strategy is quite effective: The Colorado Democratic Party parked a taco truck outside Trump campaign headquarters in Denver last Friday, signing up voters and searing carne asada in tandem. Denver City Councilman Paul D. Lopez noted the strong correlation between civic responsibility and taco appreciation, saying “we were pretty busy with that clipboard.”
If Guac The Vote succeeds at creating a dense infrastructure by election day, the organization hopes to park a taco truck outside every polling station across the country -- a coup for taco lovers everywhere, and a boon for democracy.