May 08, 2012 at 1:25 pm
Obama for America today released the second series of Spanish language television and radio ads going up in Florida. The ads feature testimonials from campaign organizers “sharing their personal stories of how the President’s policies have empowered Latino families and communities.”
In mid-April, Obama’s campaign went up with the first set of 30-second ads, which are also running in Colorado and Nevada. The first half-dozen ads focused on Obama’s record on education, while the new ads will deal with health-care.
One of the spots features Lynnette Acosta, 33, an OFA volunteer leader in Central Florida, who was also featured in the first series of ads. Acosta, one of Obama’s national co-chairs, graduated from the University of Puerto Rico in 2000 and worked for General Electric before settling in Florida.