- According to the Pew Research Center 35.8 million Hispanics speak Spanish at home.
- According to the U.S. Census, approximately 3.6 million Florida residents speak Spanish.
- Candidates and state political parties around the nation continue to not include Spanish on their websites in highly populated Hispanic states.
- Many do not have communications directors that are fluent in Spanish to give information to the media in Spanish and to the community.
- Through the Voting Rights Act, The Department of Justice requires election offices to have information in Spanish if more than 5 percent of voting age citizens are considered part of the language minority group and have limited English proficiency.
- In Florida, Broward, Hardee, Hendry, Hillsborough, Lee, Miami-Dade, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach and Polk counties are required by law to provide language assistance in Spanish.
- Florida is one of the states that neither the Republican Party of Florida nor the Florida Democratic Party has a website in Spanish.
- The Republican Party of Florida has just hired a bilingual communications director. The Republican Party of Texas and California do not have a bilingual communications directors. The Texas and California Democratic Party have bilingual communications directors, yet the Florida Democratic Party still does not.
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