A record 32 million Latinos are eligible to vote in the looming presidential election, making the Latino vote more crucial than ever — but it’s not a monolith.
According to a Telemundo-BuzzFeed News poll, 60% of Latino voters would cast their ballot for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, while 19% would vote to reelect President Donald Trump.
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But as 2016 showed us, you can’t rely on polls alone.
Guests Marissa Arrez, third city vice chair of the Cook County Young Democrats and Maria Vasquez, chairwoman of Champaign County Young Republicans, discuss whether the candidates have done enough to garner support from Latino voters.