Trump sees Latino voters as a rare bright spot in Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA — Eric Trump traveled to a Philadelphia church on a rainy Friday this month, seeking Latino votes for his father. Not many people showed up.But the sparse “Latinos for Trump” attendance at In the Light Ministries, in the city’s Feltonville section, obscured a political opportunity: Latino support for Joe Biden is no given, and even small gains for President Donald Trump could make a big difference in a state that was decided by less than 1% of the votes cast in 2016.Latinos are a broad, diverse group, nearly a million strong in Pennsylvania — and they don’t cast ballots as a monol…

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