But I don`t want to talk about the Hispanic vote, I want to talk about the "Biwo Vòt" sign on a Florida polling station, right below the "Centro de Votación" sign. Apparently elections in Florida are now held in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole. (See a trilingual sample ballot in PDF.)
"Biwo Vòt" means voting office, I. E. Bureau De Vote. Haitian Creole is the language of Haitians who can`t speak English, but don`t really speak French, either.
But apparently they`re now American citizens, and Miami is officially trilingual!
Here`s a brief roundup on Haitian immigration—I wonder if there are Republicans stupid enough to try to pander to the Haitian vote?