DNC Spanish-language ad hits GOP on Obama jobs act

The Democratic National Committee is up with a Spanish-language ad hitting Republicans for blocking President Obama's jobs plan.

The ad comes as polls show Obama's Hispanic support softening — a bad sign for the president in swing states like Nevada and Colorado, as well as New Mexico, Florida and Virginia.

It will run on television this weekend in Denver and Las Vegas, two swing state media markets with a high number of Latino residents.

The ad, whose title translates to "they always say no," has clips of Hispanic Americans criticizing congressional Republicans in Spanish.

"Republicans say no to Medicare, no to financial aid, no to helping the middle class," the ad says. "They always say no, but no one says why not."

The ad then says that Obama "is fighting on our side," showing a clip of Obama saying his plan would give families a $1,500 tax cut. It then concludes, "why not?"

Watch it here: