Even in the age of coronavirus, Latin America remains a significant issue in the 2020 U.S. presidential campaign.
Four states will vote in primaries on March 17, including Florida and Arizona, where Latino voters make up 20% and 24% of the electorate, respectively. Latin America-related issues including Cuba policy, immigration and Venezuela’s collapse have already played a role in the Democratic primaries — and may become even hotter in the general election.
So how do the candidates view these and other pressing issues involving the region? AQ asked every major candidate, including President Donald Trump, to answer a 10-question survey about how they would approach Latin America if they win in November. Former Vice President Joe Biden’s answers are below, and we’ve asked Senator Bernie Sanders to take the survey as well. We’ll publish their answers when we get them.