(The Washington Post)
Politics
Biden seeks to bolster his candidacy with Latinos in Florida
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Sept. 15 made a direct appeal to Puerto Ricans during a Hispanic Heritage Month event in Kissimmee, Fla. This comes amid increasingly vocal criticism from Latino leaders that the Biden campaign’s outreach to their community has been lackluster, which they say could potentially cost him badly on Election Day.
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