Politics & Government

April 21, 2014 8:36 AM

In a nod to changing demographics, Gov. Rick Scott airing early Spanish-language campaign ad

Gov. Rick Scott airs his campaign's first Spanish-language TV commercial, an earlier-than-usual Hispanic outreach effort that reflects Florida’s changing demographics as well as the depth of the Republican’s aggressive $6 million ad blitz .

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