The annual Latino gathering hosted by the country's largest Hispanic civil rights advocacy group will be held in Las Vegas for the first time, running from July 7 to 10, according to a press release.

NCLR President and CEO Janet Murguía noted in a statement that the location "is a natural fit given the state’s growing Latino population and electorate."

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Organizers expect this year's conference to be one of NCLR’s largest conferences to date.