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First on Fox: The Republican National Committee (RNC) will release four Spanish-language statements on the Democratic Party’s “failure to serve the Hispanic community” in four different states where Democratic senators are running or seeking re-election to the Senate.

The announcements — coming over the Independence Day weekend — focused on Democratic Sens. Raphael Warnock of Georgia, Mark Kelly of Arizona, Katherine Cortez Masto of Nevada and Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman, who currently serves as the state’s lieutenant governor.

Sen.  Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev.;  Sen.  Mark Kelly, D-Ariz.;  Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, and Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga.

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev.; Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz.; Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, and Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga.
(Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Julia Nikhinson/Bloomberg, Michelle Gustafson/Bloomberg, Paras Griffin)

“The home of the brave and the land of the free has always meant one thing: the American Dream,” read the English transcript of the announcement. “Today that dream is slipping out of reach.”

Targeting some candidates ahead of this year’s midterm elections, the RNC said state-specific ads “reveal how Democrats have left Hispanic Americans behind” amid rising fuel costs and inflation, as well as the crisis at the southern border.

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“With Biden and the Democrats in control, the American Dream has eluded many,” said RNC Communications Director Daniel Alvarez. “From price increases to the devastating border crisis, Democrats have failed the Hispanic community. While Democrats focus on winning the ‘Latinox’ vote, Republicans are talking about the issues that matter and winning the Latino vote. This November, Hispanics will choose Republican leadership that will protect our economic opportunity, freedom and security. share values.”

Rep. Myra Flores, R-Texas, gives an interview to a reporter outside the Capitol Building after being sworn in on June 21, 2022 in Washington, DC.

Rep. Myra Flores, R-Texas, is interviewed by a reporter outside the Capitol Building after being sworn in on June 21, 2022 in Washington, DC.
(Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

The GOP has recently made new gains with Hispanic voters. In the GOP race for Virginia’s 7th Congressional District, Yesli Vega, a Hispanic American with extensive law enforcement experience, defeated her primary challengers to clinch the nomination. In addition, the newly elected Rep. Myra Flores, R-Texas, the first Mexican-born congresswoman to serve in the House, defeated her Democratic opponent in a special election last month for the seat representing Texas’ 34th Congressional District.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis focused on Hispanic voters as part of his 2022 re-election campaign, launching ads aimed at Spanish-speaking voters last month. The initiative, with a whopping $5.3 million budget, will reserve ad time in Spanish-language broadcast, cable, radio and digital to run promotional ads.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks at a press conference at Life Science Logistics 2021.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks at a press conference at Life Science Logistics 2021.
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The ad buy announcement comes days after the RNC opened a new Hispanic Community Center in Atlanta. Located in Suwanee, Georgia, the facility aims to increase its outreach efforts among Hispanic and Latino voters in the area.

With its multi-million dollar commitment to Hispanic outreach, the RNC has, to date, opened more than 30 minority community centers in major cities across the country, including Houston, Las Vegas, Omaha and San Antonio.