The Latino Victory Fund (LVF), a political group dedicated to achieving Latino representational parity, will host its annual convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico, later this month.

The San Juan convention will be the group’s fourth annual convention, and the first not held in Washington, D.C.

The LVF convention will likely attract top Democrats who are considering a presidential run in 2020, as a renewed primary calendar — and opposition to President Trump’s immigration rhetoric — will give Latino voters a larger say in the party’s nominee selection process.

The convention’s location and timing also coincides with the annual meeting of Bold PAC, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) campaign arm.