'Register to vote, get a taco': Houston taco trucks put voter registration booths 'on every corner'
A taco truck in Houston, Texas (KBMT/screen grab)

Taco trucks of Houston, Texas have joined together to become voter registration booths.

Earlier this month, Latinos for Trump founder Marco Gutierrez warned that there would be "taco trucks on every corner" if Donald Trump lost the 2016 presidential election.

That prompted designer Thomas Hull to team up with Latino activist group Mi Familia Vota to turn the taco trucks of Texas into voter registration booths, according to Houston Public Media.

Hull explained to KBMT that he found Gutierrez's comments humorous "because here in Houston we do have taco trucks on every corner and love them."

"Listening to the debate last night, people are starting to clue in to the fact that however you vote, your vote will effect you and your personal life," Hull added.

Voter registration runs through Oct. 11. The following taco trucks have agreed to participate.

Tacon Madre

905 Edgebrook Drive

El Taquito Food Truck

8429 Richmond Avenue

El Ultimo Taco Truck

1743 Jacquelyn Drive

La Gloria Tacos

7400 Long Point Drive

La Gloria Tacos

14520 Memorial Drive

Tierra Caliente

1919 West Alabama Street

Tila’s Cantina Taco Truck

2309 University Boulevard

Tacos Mayra

10510 Beechnut Street

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