|Published:||Oct 22, 2010 9:01 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Oct 22, 2010 6:01 PM EDT|
MIAMI (AP) - Spanish-language media is revving up massive get-out-the-vote campaigns to ensure the nation's Hispanics wield their power at the polls.
The move comes as a Republican-backed ad sought to convince Hispanic voters - who tend to vote Democratic - not to vote.
Univision was taping a White House interview Friday between President Barack Obama and radio host Eddie "Piolin" Sotelo to be aired Monday.
The nation's largest Spanish-language media company plans to promote its get-out-the-vote campaign all day Tuesday with its top stars.
On Friday, Telemundo Network announced it's "Tu Voto, Tu Futuro," meaning "Your Vote, Your Future." The company will also feature a series on families and university students as they prepare to cast their votes nationwide.
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