(CNN) - Starting tomorrow a new third party ad supporting California Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina will air across Spanish language television stations.
The spot paid for by the conservative Susan B. Anthony List and National Organization for Marriage targets Fiorina's Democratic opponent, three-term incumbent Sen. Barbara Boxer on social issues and immigration.
"Barbara Boxer doesn't share our values. She supports abortion and homosexual marriage," the narrator says in Spanish. "We've had enough of her talk."
The 30-second video will air for a week on Telemundo, Telefutura and Univision in San Diego, Fresno and Los Angeles, according to a spokeswoman for the Susan B. Anthony List.
"There could be no greater contrast between Carly Fiorina's commitment to protect Life and Barbara Boxer's continual imposition of a pro-abortion agenda on her constituents," a statement from the List said. "This joint effort will help Latino voters know who really shares their values."
Boxer's campaign manager Rose Kapolczynski responded to the ad on Wednesday.
"Latinos know that Barbara Boxer is on their side and that's why recent polls show Boxer with a double digit lead among Latinos," Kapolczynski said in an e-mail. "Fiorina is out of touch with California's Latino community."
The List plans to spend $3 million on Senate races before the November elections.
Fiorina and Boxer are locked in a close race. In the latest CNN/Time/Opinion Research Poll of likely voters, 52 percent of respondents said they would back Boxer and 43 percent said they would back Fiorina. The survey had a sampling error of 2.5 percentage points.
(Updated at 3:13 p.m. ET with Boxer campaign response)