President Obama has new campaign ads on health care, and they're in Spanish.
The new spots, featuring Hispanic television host Cristina Saralegui, are airing in three states where the Latino could make the difference for Obama's re-election: Florida, Colorado and Nevada.
"President Obama's new health care law guarantees that by 2014 the vast majority of Hispanics will have access to quality, affordable health insurance," Saralegui says in the new ads.
That assumes, of course, that the Supreme Court doesn't strike down the law that Obama signed in 2010.
The justices are expected to issue their ruling sometime over the next 10 days.
The new Spanish-language ads come less than a week after Obama announced a new plan to stop deportations of the children of illegal immigrants and offer them a chance to obtain work permits.
Later this week, Obama and Republican opponent Mitt Romney have separate speeches to a convention of Hispanic lawmakers. READ MORE