Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. All three counties beat the national average when it comes to the number of homes that have foreign language speakers.
We already know that local polling places offer ballots in English, Spanish, Creole. And that business is conducted in those three languages.
But in recent years, it’s Portuguese that has established itself as a new language of commerce.
Carolina Pinho is Brazilian. She moved to South Florida more than 20 years ago.