Joe Biden is making his first trip to Florida as the Democratic presidential nominee, while his campaign is acknowledging concerns about his appeal with Latinos.
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That voting bloc could be key to victory in a close race against President Donald Trump in a pivotal battleground state.
On Tuesday, Biden held a roundtable discussion with veterans in Tampa before marking Hispanic Heritage Month with an event in Kissimmee near Orlando at 6:30 p.m.
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The visit comes as some Democrats worry that Biden’s standing among Latinos is slipping in Florida, where Latinos make up one-fifth of eligible voters.
Biden's trip comes following Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris' visit last week to Miami-Dade County.