Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump slams Nevada governor at rally, takes aim at mail-in votingFormer NFL coach Mike Holmgren slams Trump pandemic response, throws support to BidenTrump leans into foreign policy amid domestic disapprovalMOREs senior adviser, Symone SandersSymone SandersSunday shows preview: With less than two months to go, race for the White House heats upEconomists fear worsening inequality during recoverySunday shows – Stimulus, election preparations dominateMORE, said Sunday that the campaign is aware it has work to do to gain support from Latino voters. 

On ABCs This Week, George StephanopoulosGeorge Robert StephanopoulosSarah Sanders on Trump’s reported war dead criticism: ‘Those comments didn’t happen’ABC to host Trump town hall on September 15; Biden yet to respondDeputy campaign manager says Biden has not been tested for COVID-19MORE questioned Sanders about relatively weaker support numbers for Biden among Latino voters in Nevada and Florida and asked whether the campaign planned to follow Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders pushes Biden to focus more on wages, health careSixty percent of young Latinos support Biden: pollFact checking the fact checkers: Trump does indeed plan to destroy Social SecurityMOREs (I-Vt.) suggestions for stronger outreach to Latino, younger and progressive voters.  

Well, George, look, we know that we have work to do, she responded. And we have said from the beginning and Vice President Biden has been very clear about this, as has Sen. [Kamala] Harris [D-Calif.] that we are really working to earn every single vote in this country, and we want to earn the votes of the Latino, Hispanic community.

Symone Sanders said the Biden campaign is doing the work to earn Latino voters, citing Harriss events in Florida and virtual events in Arizona last week and the former vice presidents upcoming trip to Florida next week. 

Were committed to doing the work, she said. Weve made a historic investment in our Latino and Hispanic paid media program, more than any presidential candidate ever.

The campaign adviser also said the Latino and Hispanic paid media program launched on June 19 and meets voters where they are. 

NEW: We know that we have work to do, Symone Sanders tells @GStephanopoulos when asked about polls that show Biden with relatively weaker numbers with Latinos.

We are really working to earn every single vote in this country,” Sanders adds. https://t.co/wrpzG1Q2k9pic.twitter.com/NdErLtZf8S

This Week (@ThisWeekABC) September 13, 2020

Democrats have expressed concerns about polls that show Bidens support among Latinos behind Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonFormer NFL coach Mike Holmgren slams Trump pandemic response, throws support to BidenSanders pushes Biden to focus more on wages, health careBiden leading in multiple states Trump has sought to flip: pollMOREs levels in 2016, fearing that the lack of support could cost him Florida and potentially the White House. 

A Quinnipiac University poll determined that Biden was behind President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump slams Nevada governor at rally, takes aim at mail-in votingFormer NFL coach Mike Holmgren slams Trump pandemic response, throws support to BidenWatch Live: Trump rallies supporters in NevadaMORE in Hispanic support in Florida 43 percent to 45 percent. The Latino outreach firm Equis Research found Biden ahead of Trump among the Latino vote by smaller margins than Clinton in 2016. 

Theres really no good answer here if youre the Biden campaign, one Florida Democratic operative told The Hill last week. At this stage in the campaign, he should not be getting these numbers against the most anti-Hispanic president in history.