Romney's son featured in new Spanish-language ad on immigration

PHOTO: Craig Romney looks on as his mother, Anne Romney, speaks at a local restaurant to meet Presidential hopeful Mitt Romneys voters in Atlantic, Iowa, on January 1, 2012.

AKRON, Ohio--Mitt Romney is out with another Spanish-language television ad starring his son, Craig—this one touting the candidate's commitment to immigration reform.

Speaking in Spanish, Craig Romney tells viewers he'd "like to tell you how my father, Mitt Romney thinks."

"He values very much that we are a nation of immigrants," Craig Romney says, as images of the Romney family flash on the screen alongside footage of Hispanic families. "My grandfather George was born in Mexico. For our family, the greatness of the United States is how we respect and help each other, regardless of where we come from."

The 30-second spot ends with Craig Romney pledging that his father "will work on a permanent solution to the immigration system, working with leaders of both parties."

It's the second Spanish-language ad in a week from the Romney campaign, and the third to feature Craig Romney, the candidate's youngest son who became fluent in Spanish while on a Mormon mission to South America.

The spot aims to counter criticism from both Democrats and Republicans that Romney hasn't talked enough about what he would do about immigration if elected.

The Romney campaign did not say how much it is spending on the ad or where it will air.

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