(CNN) – President Barack Obama's reelection campaign launched a Spanish-language version of their website Thursday in an effort to attract highly sought after Latino voters.
The site, BarackObama.com/es, features much of the same content as Obama's English website translated into Spanish, including information about social networks and the ability to give contributions to Obama's campaign.
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Latino voters are a must-win voting bloc for the president, and the Obama campaign is increasingly working to turn up the turn-out by aggressively registering Latino voters.
The campaign has been sending out emails in Spanish as well as English, in addition to launching the new website.
The page features a three-minute video touting the president's support for the DREAM Act, which would provide a path to citizenship for minors in the country illegally, providing they served in the armed forces or attended college.
The new website also boasts of the president's Univision interview Thursday, though not the part where he got prickly about failing to pass immigration reform.
"Unfortunately, the Republican side, which used to at least give lip service to immigration reform, now they've gone completely to a different place, and have shown themselves unwilling to talk at all about any sensible solutions to this issue, and we're going to have to just keep up the pressure until they act," Obama said.
He added, ""Ultimately, I'm one man. You know, we live in a democracy. We don't live in a monarchy. I'm not the king. I'm the president. And so, I can only implement those laws that are passed through Congress."
Instead, the video featured the part of the Univision interview where Obama promised to enact immigration reform in the next five years.
"My presidency is not over, I've got another five years coming up. We're going to get this done," he said.
They Obama campaign already has an English-language site targeted to Latinos.