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miamiherald.com — In an acknowledgment of the explosive growth of Hispanic voters - more than 16 million will be eligible to cast ballots in next year's election - all the declared contenders for the Democratic nomination are joining in a debate sponsored by and televised on the Spanish-language network Univision.

In the first TV debate of its kind, questions and answers will be translated as Democratic candidates face off on Univision. The candidates won't actually be speaking Spanish, a language most of them don't understand. Instead, questions and answers will be simultaneously translated.

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What Language should we debate with next. Should we as Americans expect our candidates to communicate to voter's native tongue?
Yes
20%
No
80%
This is not a scientific survey, click here to learn more. Results may not total 100% due to rounding and voting descrepencies.
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Ridiculous, I thought part of becoming an American is to learn English. It seems the larger the number, the more our candidates are willing to pander.
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