This episode contains strong language.
In the last decade, elections have tightened in Arizona, a traditionally Republican stronghold, as Democrats gain ground.
According to polls, Joe Biden is leading in the state — partly because of white suburban women moving away from President Trump, but also because of efforts to activate the Latino vote.
Will that turn states like Arizona blue? And do enough Hispanic voters actually want Mr. Biden as president?
To gauge the atmosphere, Jennifer Medina, a national politics reporter for The New York Times, spoke to Democratic activists and Trump supporters in Arizona.
Guests: Jennifer Medina, a national politics reporter for The Times.
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- Though a majority of Latino voters favors Democrats, Hispanic men are a small but enduring part of Trump’s base. Those supporters see him as forceful, unapologetic and a symbol of economic success.
- If Joe Biden wins Arizona, he would be only the second Democratic presidential candidate to have done so since 1952. But the state has been trending more friendly to the party for years.