Univisión’s Q&A events with US Presidential candidates to kick off tonight
As we reported before, the Spanish-language Univisión Network is hosting a couple of Q&A events with the US Presidential candidates this week. The Republican candidate, Governor Mitt Romney, is to appear tonight, while President Barack Obama will do so tomorrow. 
More details, via Univisión:

Univision News will host the first-ever “Meet the Candidate” events with the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates, to directly address topics of importance to the Hispanic community in Spanish and English. 
Moderated by Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas, the award-winning anchors of Univision’s evening newscast Noticiero Univisión, these events will take place in front of a live audience. The conversation will focus on education and the future of the Hispanic community. 
Additionally, in order to generate a meaningful discussion about issues facing the Latino community and its future, Univision will engage audiences via Facebook in advance of these events. This conversation will take place on the Univisión Noticias Facebook page, and Facebook’s U.S. Politics hub will also highlight the events.

Image: Meet the Candidate, via Univisión. 

Univisión’s Q&A events with US Presidential candidates to kick off tonight

As we reported before, the Spanish-language Univisión Network is hosting a couple of Q&A events with the US Presidential candidates this week. The Republican candidate, Governor Mitt Romney, is to appear tonight, while President Barack Obama will do so tomorrow. 

More details, via Univisión:

Univision News will host the first-ever “Meet the Candidate” events with the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates, to directly address topics of importance to the Hispanic community in Spanish and English. 

Moderated by Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas, the award-winning anchors of Univision’s evening newscast Noticiero Univisión, these events will take place in front of a live audience. The conversation will focus on education and the future of the Hispanic community. 

Additionally, in order to generate a meaningful discussion about issues facing the Latino community and its future, Univision will engage audiences via Facebook in advance of these events. This conversation will take place on the Univisión Noticias Facebook page, and Facebook’s U.S. Politics hub will also highlight the events.

Image: Meet the Candidate, via Univisión

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