Miami-Dade Support For Trump Among The Highest In The Country. MIAMI (Sept. 9, 2016) â€“ While Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton maintains a strong lead among Hispanic voters in Florida and nationally, Latino support for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election has reached a new low in the state and around the country, according to the New Latino Voice voter poll. Support for Trump among Hispanics in Miami-Dade County, however, remains among the highest in the country for the second week in a row, according to a weekly public opinion poll conducted by FIU in partnership with Adsmovil, a mobile advertising company that specializes in reaching Latinos in the U.S.
Miami, FL - In a new Hillary for Florida radio ad, "Our Home", a Haitian American supporter describes what's at stake for the Haitian American community this election and explains why everyone must do his or her part to elect Hillary Clinton as our next president. The ad describes Hillary Clinton's vision for the Haitian American community, including good-paying jobs; quality, affordable health care; quality education; and comprehensive immigration reform. The ad also argues how important it is to cast a vote in this historic election: "If you do not vote, you do not count. We must do our part and vote for Hillary Clinton for President."
At a voter registration rally in Tampa on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton called Donald Trump temperamentally unfit to be president and Commander-in-Chief. Clinton also criticized Trump's lack of policy proposals other than trillions in tax cuts to big corporations, millionaires and Wall Street money managers. Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine's new book, "Stronger Together," meanwhile, lays out specific plans to address America's biggest challenges, she said.
The nominees to lead the two major political parties in the United States into Novemberâ€™s presidential election were chosen at their respective conventions in July. At left, Hillary Clinton was officially made the nominee for president by the Democratic Party, along with her vice presidential choice Tim Kaine. At right, Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, greets his running mate Mike Pence.