Trying to appeal to Florida's conservative-leaning Cuban community, Newt Gingrich playfully suggested that Fidel Castro should go to hell at tonight's GOP debate in Tampa, Florida. The comment came in response to Mitt Romney, who told the audience that we should "thank God" when Castro "returns to his maker."
So goes the Republican debate in Tampa, proving to be a one-on-one showdown between Romney and Gingrich for the party's top spot.
Both candidates have made a push for the Hispanic vote over the course of the weekend. On Monday, the Romney campaign released a new Spanish language radio advertisement in Florida titled “Estoy,” or "I am." Over 22% of Florida's population is Hispanic.
According to a recent poll conducted by the Pew Hispanic Center, President Barack Obama would grab 68 percent of the Latino vote to Romney’s 23 percent in a hypothetical match-up.