Biden goes all-out on minor­i­ty out­reach as his Demo­c­ra­t­ic coali­tion weak­ens

Biden goes all-out on minority outreach as his Democratic coalition weakens

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden is pulling out all the stops to rein­vig­o­rate his win­ning 2020 coali­tion ahead of a toss-up rematch with for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump in 2024.
No minor­i­ty vot­ing bloc is a mono­lith, and while polling data con­duct­ed ahead of Biden-Trump round two gen­er­al­ly show Asian, black, and Lati­no vot­ers still lean­ing Demo­c­ra­t­ic, yet numer­ous sam­plings show the president’s mar­gins over Trump among non­white vot­ers notice­ably slip­ping.
The Biden cam­paign and the White House have spent months if not years wav­ing off polls out­lin­ing an enthu­si­asm prob­lem with­in Biden’s 2020 coali­tion, yet the cam­paign has tak­en con­sid­er­ate steps in recent weeks to mes­sage direct­ly to minor­i­ty and female vot­ers in efforts to draw con­trasts between him­self and Trump.
On Tues­day, Biden head­ed out west for a mul­ti­day cam­paign tour of Ari­zona and Neva­da …