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Senate Republicans’ Spanish ad says Bill Nelson ‘supports murderers’

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Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson is being targeted in a new Spanish-language radio commercial accusing him of being soft on Cuba and for expressing admiration for former Venezuela dictator Hugo Chávez, and charging he supports murderers.

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Is Alan Grayson still married? Depends on if you speak Spanish

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A Spanish-language website page for Alan Grayson’s foray into the U.S. Senate race loses something in translation. Or, more accurately, it gains something: Lolita Grayson, his former (or never was) wife. On the website senatorgrayson.com (more on that in a moment), the Orlando liberal, who entered Democratic primary for Marco Rubio’s open Senate seat, offers Hispanic voters a brief bio in Spanish (“Acerca de Alan Grayson”). Grayson’s bio touts his background, his education at Harvard University, and even membership “de…

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LSN Communications launches Spanish-language ¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? political digest

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LSN Communications announced today the launch of its new project ¿Qué pasa, LSNC?, a daily digest of the most prominent local and state political news covered by Spanish-language media outlets in South Florida. The concept behind ¿Qué pasa, LSNC? is simple: LSN Communications follows local and state political news covered by South Florida’s Spanish-language radio, TV shows and newspapers, and shares the highlights of their content via a daily e-mail digest in English. As the ¿Qué pasa, LSNC? tagline suggests,…

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