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 Spaish-language debate with Republican gubernatorial candidates Rick Scott and Bill McCollum.

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