Stop me if this sounds familiar. A candidate decides to run a national-messaging campaign rather than doing retail politicking, preferring data mining to personal connection. His campaign skips advertising on alternative-language media, and barely spends any time at all on issues important to key demographics.
Hillary Clinton in 2016? Not really; Clinton made lots of mistakes, including a few of those above, but not all of those. Mitt Romney 2012? Closer — but his failure to approach key demographics was more of a lack of offense rather than a necessary defense.
Nope, this time around it’s Joe Biden using the 30,000-foot strategy, and Latino leaders in the Democratic Party are calling a Code Red, according to the Washington Post: