DNC pushes Obama jobs bill in Spanish ad

The Democratic National Committee released a Web video touting Obama's jobs proposal and encouraging Americans to pressure lawmakers to pass the American Jobs Act.

President Obama introduced his jobs proposal at a joint session of Congress last week and has since been aggressively promoting the plan around the country.

On Wednesday Obama made his third stop in what White House press secretary Jay Carney has called a "campaign" for jobs, at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. The president has also made pitches for his jobs plan in Virginia and Ohio.

For non-Spanish speakers, here is the video translated into English:

"‪In this great country, we have people who are ready to work, and a president who is ready to fight. Obama has a new jobs plan that creates thousands of jobs in construction, repairing roads and bridges, cuts taxes for small businesses for each job they create, and gives credits to employers who hire veterans who have completed their service. But in the face of Republicans, the president can't do it alone. Read the plan. Join together for more jobs.‬"