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Karl Rove's Crossroads GPS Pursuing 2012 Latino Vote With Six-Figure Spanish Ad Buy

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On the heels of news that Colorado will see some hefty corporate cash in an effort to win the support of latinos in the 2012 election, we bring you (drumroll please) a six figure Spanish-language political ad, courtesy of Karl Rove's American Crossroads GPS.

Politico reports
the ad will air in a handful of cities with Spanish speakers, including Denver, Colorado Springs, Albuquerque, El Paso, Las Vegas, Reno, DC, Miami, Orlando, and Tampa. The ad began airing Monday, July 18.

In the 2008 election, Hispanic voters favored Obama 67% to 31%, according to The New York Times.

The ad: The ad in English:

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