President Joe Biden is facing a new challenge in his reelection campaign as he continues to lose support from Hispanic voters, who make up a significant voting bloc.
Recent polls have indicated that a slight majority of Hispanic registered voters have a negative view of the president, even though his administration is less than a week into the campaign.
Biden’s campaign website launched last week with a Spanish-language version of their launch page. However, the Spanish-language version underwent several edits since Tuesday before settling on a final version two days later.
The page had multiple mistakes, including word-for-word mistranslations, which put a spotlight on the difficulties that even seasoned campaigns have in connecting with a bilingual electorate.
The stakes for Biden are high, as he launches his reelection campaign amidst doubts about whether he’ll be able to replicate that multiracial excitement, even if he faces off against Trump again.
His favorability has dropped across the board since last year, falling nearly 30 points among Latinos in some polling.
Republicans are actively seeking to expose any divisions between Biden and the Latino electorate. They are pursuing aggressive media tactics to connect with the voting bloc and have accused Democrats of not comprehending the crucial matters that motivate them.
Source conservative brief