Marco Rubio Airs Spanish-Language Ad, Despite Promoting English-Only Policies
Florida's GOP Senate nominee Marco Rubio, "looking to solidify his robust support among Hispanic voters," is out with his first Spanish-language ad, despite the fact that he has repeatedly advocated English-only policies.
In the new ad, called "Padres," Rubio "talks about his parents' sacrifices and the importance of protecting the American dream by changing the direction Washington is taking our country." Politico reports that the ad will run in Florida markets that have heavy Hispanic populations.
The script of the ad:
"My parents came to this great country and worked very hard. They made many sacrifices so I could live the American dream. For that I will be eternally grateful. Unfortunately that dream is threatened by the actions of some politicians in Washington."
" I'm Marco Rubio and I approve this message because I will work so that our children and grandchildren have the opportunity to live out their dreams."