Hillary Clinton is focusing on families in a new campaign ad.
The 30-second spot — called “Families Together” and released Monday morning — is meant to highlight what is at stake for Latino families across the country, according to the Clinton campaign. The ad, the campaign says, is meant to contrast Clinton’s record with Donald Trump’s immigration proposal.
“Donald Trump’s plan: Tear families apart,” a narrator says in the advertisement. “Hillary Clinton, she’s made protecting children and families her life’s work. She began her career defending children with disabilities. As first lady, she helped extend healthcare to eight million children. And now fighting for immigration reform that keeps families together.”
The TV and digital spot is set to air in Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, Nevada, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.