Clinton leads among Latino voters by a wide margin, but despite running against an opponent who is vehemently anti-immigration (and with a running mate who is respected within the community), she isn’t necessarily doing better than Democratic candidates in the past, and she has lower favorability among Latino voters than the Democratic party overall. Florida and Nevada, where Clinton’s new Spanish-language ads will air, both have large Latino populations, and are both battleground states.

The second ad Clinton campaign released is  juxtaposes Trump’s insults against immigrants with Hillary Clinton’s “real strength,” her lifelong devotion to working on behalf of children.

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