An independent study of the reported number of Latino voters who voted in each state, together with the percent of Latino voters who voted for Biden and Trump based on exit polls, resulted in data that indicates the critical role U.S. Latinos played in the 2020 presidential election.
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As noted at L’ATTITUDE 2020 in September, even before the pandemic America’s economy was suffering in several areas, including business creation. Business creation had fallen to its lowest rate in more than 40 years.
Vice-president Biden said he believes the success and prosperity of Latino Americans is indispensable to the success and prosperity of the United States and of all Americans. He said, “Latinos make incredible contributions to the economic health of our nation. You are driving growth at an incredible rate through your entrepreneurship and your energy.”
With confirmed participants identified, L’ATTITUDE has become the most important business event of the year
When the first partial list of participants confirmed to be part of L’ATTITUDE 2020 was released on August 17, it brought attention to just how important this year’s event is to the restart and rebound of our economy.
For three months, much of America has been dealing with trying to slow the advance of the coronavirus pandemic. That means Americans haven’t been able to buy things, go on holiday, eat at restaurants or, attend special events including professional sports.
On June 18, the United States Supreme Court blocked a Trump administration plan to end the DACA program that protects about 700,000 young immigrants known as Dreamers from deportation. The court ruled only on whether the administration had acted lawfully, leaving the White House free to try again to end the program.
Uncertainty seems to be the key word in describing how most Americans are feeling about their lives in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, about the state of our country's economy, and about their own financial security. This issue spotlights some of the factors causing that uncertainty as well as some of the issues our country must pay attention to if our economy is going to restart and fully rebound.
This issue of Network News is focused on the current state of the U.S. Latino business community and the U.S. Latino workforce. We hope you find this information valuable to you personally. We invite you to let us know if you have personal insight or experiences that could be helpful to our Analysis fo where we are, and how we get from here back to our robust economic growth pattern prior to the pandemic.
Once a month, we will keep you updated with news and research of special interest in our new L'ATTITUDE Network News. We are committed to keeping our L'ATTITUDE community engaged, informed and inspired Make sure you keep up with the latest. Feel free to email us with any subjects you would like us to cover.