In one of Adrian Eng-Gastelum's videos, re-posted by Twitter user Rex Chapman, hundreds of Latino voters can be seen riding horses through the streets holding flags in support of Biden and his running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris.
A record 32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in the election, which exceeds the number of Black eligible voters for the first time.
During a recent speech, Masvidal said that playing "Despacito" wasn't enough for Biden to earn Latino voters' support.
Among Latinos in the Southwestern state, Biden leads Trump by a margin of 41 percentage points.
In a poll that ran on Telemundo's newscast, Spanish-speaking Americans gave Trump the nod for winning Tuesday's presidential debate according to a Telemundo poll conducted on Twitter.
Show us some respect.
While Joe Biden helped draw attention to the social inequalities driving up COVID-19 cases among black Americans, there has been less attention paid to Latinos.
Democrats must aggressively make their case to Latinos for how we will create jobs and get America working again.
A letter from a broad coalition of groups to HHS Secretary Alex Azar asked Monday for increased funding measures to address disparities in how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting minority and rural communities, as well as seniors and other vulnerable groups.
Trump could win 40 percent of the Latino vote in 2020 and if he courts DACA recipients, Rivera said.
Black and Latino drivers were also more than three times more likely to be removed from the vehicle, twice as likely to be handcuffed and faced higher odds of arrest than their white counterparts.
The Hispanic growth over the last eight years is more than the growth of blacks, whites and Asians combined.
The latest 2020 campaign polls show President Donald Trump commands overwhelming support from Republicans, but overall data shows he hasn't expanded his base, with only four-in-ten voters saying they plan on re-electing him next year.
Curbelo called the caucus' rejection of his bid to become a member "shameful and deplorable."
Trump's comments came in the second part of an interview conducted on Tuesday with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity.