The Obama campaign has released two new Spanish-language TV ads -- one targeted to Floridians of Puerto Rican descent that hits Mitt Romney for opposing Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
"My name is Nydia," a female attorney of Puerto Rican descent says to the camera(translated to English). "I want to talk to you about Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. When she was nominated by President Obama, we all celebrated -- Puerto Ricans and all Hispanics."
She continues, "But Mitt Romney was opposed to Sotomayor. He offended me when he stated he would have voted against her nomination."
The other ad -- to air in Colorado, Florida, Nevada, Ohio, and Virginia -- features Cristina Saralegui, who's considered the Latina Oprah. Saralegui spoke at the Democratic convention.
"When President Obama took office our economy was on the verge of disaster," Saralegui says (translated to English). "Hundreds of thousands of Americans lost their jobs every month. The policies of the last Republican President were disastrous."
"Obama stopped the crisis and we are recovering. And now Romney and Ryan ask us to return to the policies that CAUSED the crisis. Back to the future? No way. Forward…. with Obama!"