The Latino and Hispanic communities throughout the country and especially in the important swing state Florida are coming out in big numbers to vote.
Trump casting his vote
It appears that Latino and Hispanic voters are making sure that their voices are heard today (Tuesday). According to the Tampa Bay Times, 565,000 Hispanic and Latino Florida residents voted early as of Saturday. Florida is considered an important swing state for this election and has a very large Hispanic and Latino community. In addition, long lines in Florida were reported today.
NBC News highlighted that not all Hispanic voters will choose Hillary Clinton but it appears that most of them will in fact vote for the Democratic nominee.
Voters Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News
Meanwhile, Republican nominee Donald Trump threatened again today that he might not accept the outcome of the election. During an interview with Fox News, Trump said: “We’re going to see how things play out today.”
Earlier today, JOL News reported that Trump’s campaign filed a voting lawsuit against the registrar of voters in Clark County, Nevada, claiming that he illegally kept the polling stations open later than permitted on the last day of early voting.