Most large meetings on Sonoma County business or government topics are attended by mostly older people who are predominantly white. That was not the case at the recent 108th luncheon of Los Cien, the county’s largest Latino leadership organization. This time, the room at the Flamingo Inn looked like a more accurate depiction of Sonoma County’s population. There were several tables of young students, both Latino and Anglo. Of the 230 attendees, almost half were Latino, and they were spread across a wide age range. The topic of the day was about the ways and means of increasing Latino participation in elections and elected office.