Univision.com Launches Election 2008 Content Channel

Univision.com is striving to offer one-stop shopping for Hispanics interested in learning more about the Democratic and Republican candidates for the 2008 Presidential Election.

The TV station hosted the first-ever Spainsh-language debate for the democratic candidates on Sunday, and is seeking to build on that momentum through its online channel, which it has termed Destino 2008.

The site features a section highlighting late-breaking election news, such as candidate whereabouts and public statements. It also has detailed profiles of each of the candidates running for the nation’s highest office.

In addition to a section of campaign photos, the site also features a link where visitors can register to vote.


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