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Rick Scott releases 2nd Spanish-language ad, TV buys= $8m in 2 months

@MarcACaputo

It's tough to believe that it's only May, Gov. Rick Scott is on pace to spend $8 million on TV by mid-month since March and he's already on his second Spanish-language spot.

Where the previous Spanish-language spot was positive, “Nos Abandonó” isn't. It's a translation of one of Scott's more effective ads, "Ran Away, that hits Charlie Crist for the bad economy that unfolded on his watch. “Nos Abandonó” is part of a $500,000 TV and on-line buy that will run in the Tampa, Fort Myers, Orlando, and Miami markets, the campaign said.

Here's more about Scott's Hispanic outreachBackground on the ad is here; Spanish-language version is below.

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