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Puerto Rican voters, battered by crisis, could be pivotal for Biden in Florida


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He said they also asked for cell numbers with the 787 area code in Pennsylvania.Organizations have been working on registering people to vote and urging them to turn out, mostly through phone banking during the pandemic.Download the NBC News app for breaking news and politicsMi Familia Vota turned to the field in Central Florida two weeks ago.The group, which is spending $10 million in several states to turn out Latino voters, has Puerto Rican leaders working the I-4 corridor. Along with voter registration, the group is distributing how-to guides on early and mail-in voting and will soon issue a "very strategic guide that shows the drastic differences between candidates," said Héctor Sánchez Barba, CEO and executive director of Mi Familia Vota."For Puerto Ricans, Cubans, for Mexican Americans, Trump is the biggest threat for all of us," said Sánchez, whose group dubbed its campaign #BastaTrump (#EnoughTrump).Natascha Otero-Santiago, who founded Boricuas con Biden, a grassroots volunteer-led group on Facebook, estimated that 200,000 Puerto Ricans in Florida are not registered to vote.

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