The Democratic presidential campaign refutes being behind Donald Trump in polls among Florida Latinos.
Joe Biden, in a final effort, in the final stretch of the electoral campaign visits Tampa, with the purpose of winning the important battlefield state. The majority vote among Latinos is imperative if the Democratic campaign does not want to repeat the defeat of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.
Latinos have the greatest representation among voters who make up the minorities who vote in Florida.
The Democratic presidential campaign’s line of attacks focuses on the argument that President Donald Trump’s response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic was largely deficient and exposed Americans to unnecessary risk.
The Democratic arsenal against the administration that inhabits the White House also supports the argument that President Donald Trump made little effort to encourage social distance among Americans, in the height of the pandemic.
This argument implies the claim that many lives could have been saved by wearing full-time masks and less crowding the public.
Florida offers the winner 29 Electoral College votes that will be a must for the next White House occupant’s electoral victory claims.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez voted in advance in the Bronx and faced a long wait in line. Without losing his good humor, AOC criticized the excessive delay in voting.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also attributed the long queues in all New York neighborhoods to the early voting success.
US.LUXURY estimates that President Donald Trump’s repeated criticism of the postal vote, with possible allusions to fraud, has encouraged voters from all parties to choose to vote in person.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the Democratic MP who is most combative in opposition to President Donald Trump. There were many occasions when both starred in discussions that generated national repercussions. AOC, a New York representative, gained great notoriety in all American states by antagonizing President Trump.
AOC voiced its concern that the long waiting time to vote may discourage voters from leaving their homes to vote.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made the following analysis of the electoral context, while waiting in line: “There is no place in the United States of America where two-, three-, four-hour waits to vote is acceptable. And just because it’s happening in a blue state, doesn’t mean that it’s not voter suppression. If we are waiting three hours, four hours, five hours, if this was happening in a swing state, there would be national coverage. Frankly, this also shows the success of early voting as well. I will wait two hours just like my neighbors are”.