Hillary Clinton is airing Spanish-language ads on radio and TV in Florida ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
The ads highlight her positions on education, health care, immigration reform and Puerto Rico.
Rival and fellow Democrat Bernie Sanders aren’t mentioned in the ads airing in Miami, Orlando and Tampa, but Republicans Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz are.
In that footage, a voice declares in Spanish “Hillary Clinton has always been fighting for us, for immigration reform, fighting to help keep our families together,” reports Florida Politics.
A radio ad is airing in Tampa and Orlando discusses the Puerto Rican debt crisis, among other issues.
Clinton first began airing Spanish-language broadcasts last month in Nevada.