Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced Tuesday night that it will be running Spanish-language ads in Arizona attacking Donald Trump and his supporter Sheriff Joe Arpaio as being against Hispanics.
The ad titled “Valentía” starts with black-and-white pictures of the Arizona sheriff and New York real estate developer.
“When it appears that everyone is against you is when you learn who your true friends are,” the narrator says in Spanish. “Hillary Clinton has always stood with us in the fight for immigration reform that will keep families together.”
The same ad was ran by Hillary before the February Nevada caucus, though instead of Arpaio pictured next to Trump, it featured Sen. [crscore]Ted Cruz[/crscore].
Clinton won 69 percent of the Latin vote in Florida, a fact her campaign made sure to highlight. It sent out an email Tuesday night sharing a BuzzFeed article titled “Clinton Solidifies Her Grip On The Latino Vote Nationally With Big Florida Win.” (RELATED:BuzzFeed, Politico Can’t Get Enough Of That (D))