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Obama campaign rolls out education-focused Spanish-language ads in Florida

The Obama campaign this morning announced new Spanish-language TV and radio ads in Florida and other key states. The TV ad begins with a shot of Mitt Romney accepting the nomination in Tampa then a narrator asks, “President Romney ... What would that mean?” The ad claims Romney would cut Pell grants and federal work study funding.

The education claims are not clear-cut, however and are based on assumptions that Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan would enact deep across the board cuts. More here from PolitiFact.