President Trump’s record on the economy (before the pandemic) and his law-and-order rhetoric appealed to many Latino voters in Florida and Texas, helping him outperform expectations with Latino voters in those states. President Trump and his campaign focused specifically on cultivating and growing support for him among the Latino electorate in South Florida. Latino support for Republican candidates and policies is not new, even if the Democratic Party still tends to win a majority of Latino voters’ support during elections.Visit NBC News to learn
Young voters (20-29) are turning out in droves in some swing states, casting 4 million more votes in early voting this year than they cast in 2016. Additional polls indicate that young voters plan to turn out at a much higher rate this election year, and they’re especially taking advantage of early voting.Visit NBC News to learn more.
During his first presidential debate with former Vice President Joe Biden, President Donald Trump made a series of accusations regarding the security and reliability of mail-in ballots. This NBC News article tackles five specific claims made by the president and explains how they are misleading and/or false. There is no evidence that mail-in voting leads to widespread voter fraud.Visit NBC News to learn more.