Mitt Romney Cast As Out Of Touch With Hispanics In New Ad By SEIU, Priorities USA Action


by Sam Stein

HUFFINGTON POST

WASHINGTON — A leading labor union and allied super PAC are launching a multi-million dollar ad campaign hitting Mitt Romney for his notable primary-season blunders while seeking to drive a wedge between him and Hispanic voters.

The Spanish-language spot, paid for by the Service Employees International Union and sponsored by Priorities USA Action, will air in Colorado, Nevada and Florida, key swing states with large Hispanic populations. With 4 million dollars behind it, the campaign is one of the largest of the cycle to target that increasingly influential voting bloc.

“In the primary process, Mitt Romney embraced the most extreme policies in the history of the Republican party. Latinos say they are insulted and angry when they watch Romney, a multi-millionaire with a couple Cadillacs, joke about his ‘unemployment’ status,” said Eliseo Medina, Secretary-Treasurer of SEIU. “When Latinos hear Romney, in his own words, they really know what’s going on and what he is saying…”

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Republican presidential primaries leaving African American voters cold

MAR 15, 2012 16:50 EDT

Some Republicans have talked about building a broader coalition as they fight Democratic President Barack Obama’s bid for re-election this year. But so far at least, they seem to be making no inroads in attracting black voters to back the party’s candidates in the primary race for the nomination to oppose the first African-American U.S. president in November. MORE

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