Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink is the latest high-profile, English-speaking Florida politician to visit Miami’s Spanish-language media.

Spanish daily El Nuevo Herald reports that Sink ”will answer questions from a distinguished panel of reporters on Política 2010, a WQBA 1140 AM, Univisión Radio program.”

WQBA is one of the most popular Spanish-language radio stations in Miami. Univision TV recently hosted a Spanish-language debate with Republican gubernatorial candidates Rick Scott and Bill McCollum.

0 Shares:
You May Also Like

Best Of: Brennan Center says ‘piecemeal implementation’ of new voting law is illegal

In a May article, The Florida Independent's Travis Pillow documented how Secretary of State Kurt Browning's office was rushing to immediately implement Florida's controversial new election law in 62 of Florida's 67 counties, while holding off in the remaining five counties till the U.S. Department of Justice approves the changes — a necessary step under the Voting Rights Act because of the history of discriminatory voting rules in those five counties.