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  • Democrats debate issues important to Latino voters, and diplomatic relations with Cuba

    Secretary Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders revisited some familiar issues during the Democratic debate on Wednesday night at Miami-Dade College in Miami, including Hillary's emails, Trump's candidacy, and each other's political campaign funds. Hosted by Univision and the Washington Post, this debate also centered around the candidates' knowledge of the priorities of the Latino community in America. Jobs, student loans, and relations with Latin American countries were among the topics Clinton and Sanders sparred over, as they both prepare for next week's primary in Florida.

Democrats debate issues important to Latino voters, and diplomatic relations with Cuba

Secretary Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders revisited some familiar issues during the Democratic debate on Wednesday night at Miami-Dade College in Miami, including Hillary's emails, Trump's candidacy, and each other's political campaign funds. Hosted by Univision and the Washington Post, this debate also centered around the candidates' knowledge of the priorities of the Latino community in America. Jobs, student loans, and relations with Latin American countries were among the topics Clinton and Sanders sparred over, as they both prepare for next week's primary in Florida.
Cristina Rayas McClatchy