Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign released staff diversity numbers on Saturday after months of delay, revealing that the campaign’s staff is mostly women and that more than one-third are people of color and prompting the Trump campaign to release its own numbers.
Biden’s full-time staff includes 35% people of color, and his senior staff is 36% people of color.
The numbers did not include a breakdown of LGBTQ staff members, and the campaign did not detail how many staffers of color are Black, Latino, Asian American or Native American.
The Trump campaign said its senior staff was 52% women, and the full-time staff was 56% women.
Biden has a number of key outside and inside advisers who are people of color, including senior campaign advisers Symone Sanders and Cristobal Alex, and Reps. Cedric Richmond of Louisiana and Jim Clyburn of South Carolina.