JAVIER VEGA: But regardless, Democratic lawmakers are encouraging voters, reminding them of the importance of voting.
REP. LOU CORREA (D) CALIFORNIA: Four years ago I remember the young people saying "No, I don't want to vote for Hillary. No, I don't care, we can wait four years. We can wait four years," and now look at the tragedy we've had.
ARANXTA LOIZAGA: Discontent with the Trump Administration also brought The Lincoln Project movement to life.
PABLO GATO: The Lincoln Project says Trump is not fit to run the country.
MARIA CELESTE ARRARAS: Critics say the reason Trump wants to postpone the election is because his re-election is in jeopardy as polls are showing that the electorate favors, at least for now, his rival Joe Biden and that they consider Joe Biden a better leader to guide them in this pandemic.
FREDDY BALSERA: And this shows the desperation we're seeing with President Trump.
FRANCISCO CACERES: And instead, we should be stressing that the government has not handled the coronavirus pandemic well and that is why the economy is doing badly.
CHIQUIS RIVERA: I think he's definitely not happy with the results shown by recent surveys.
EDWIN PITTI: President Trump spoke for 51 minutes before taking media questions and spent the time criticizing Joe Biden
Because the President refuses to accept that the country is in crisis.