“Catholics for Trump” and “All with Biden” support event, march through the streets of Miami to ask for a vote in elections

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There’s less than two months left for the election and several support events. The state of Florida is key to these elections and especially the Latino community. According to some studies, such as the Pew Research Center, it could also play a decisive role.

Support events to gain the favor of the Hispanic Community

That’s why both the Democratic and Republican campaigns are conducting several acts of support for their respective candidates, with the aim of persuading the Hispanic community to vote in South Florida.

Both events were held with caravans. At the Joe Biden support event, supporters wore posters saying “Puerto Rico is not for sale“, alluding to the information that appeared in recent weeks when President Trump showed an interest in selling the Caribbean island after Hurricane Maria passed three years ago.

The Trump support event was somewhat more patriotic, with people carrying American flags and caps with the popular slogan “Make America Great Again.” They consider that Joe Biden does not have a plan for the Hispanic community in the United States and point out that the current president has been “by our side.”

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