Longoria to launch Latino Victory Project
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Eva Longoria is taking a dip in the political world yet again.

The “Desperate Housewives” actress, a co-chairwoman on President Obama’s inaugural committee who’s quickly becoming a Washington regular, will be on hand Monday to launch the Latino Victory Project in the nation’s capital.

A news release describes the initiative, which Longoria co-founded, as a “non-partisan effort to build political power within the Latino community to ensure the voices of Latinos are reflected at every level of government and in the policies that drive our nation forward.”

The 39-year-old entertainer founded the Latino Victory Project with Henry Munoz III, the finance chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

The pair, along with the organization’s president, Cristobal Alex, will unveil the group’s vision and will announce plans for a Latino Victory PAC at a Monday press conference at the National Press Club.