Tonight, President Obama appeared on “Premio Lo Nuestro,” a popular Latin music awards show which aired on the Spanish-language channel, Univision.  Obama thanked the mostly Latino audience for voting in November and encouraged them to stay involved and “make your voices heard”:

Buenas noches (Good evening). I want to thank the millions of you who voted for tonight’s winners, and I also want to thank all of you who voted in that other election back in November – even if it wasn’t for me. With the challenges we face right now, it is absolutely critical that you stay involved and make your voices heard. I want you to know that I will always be listening, and my Administration is working hard so that we can expand opportunity for all Americans and reach that better day. Now I know you tuned in for “Premio Lo Nuestro,” so let me get right to it. I don’t know who’ll get married tonight or who’ll get Video of the Year, but I know you’re in for some great performances that celebrate the rich diversity of Latin music, and that’s good news. So enjoy the show, y para los nominados que se preguntan si esta será su noche, les digo, ¡si se puede! (and for all those nominees wondering if tonight is their night, let me just say, ¡yes you can!)

Tonight’s Univision remarks come just a week after President Obama affirmed his commitment to passing comprehensive immigration reform in the coming months.