(CNN) - Mitt Romney's latest campaign ad, a Spanish-language spot released Saturday, features Hispanics expressing disappointment with President Barack Obama, primarily over his handling of the economy.
"I voted for Obama four years ago. I believed in what he said," says one person identified in the spot as Gustavo Pinto.
Roberto Serna adds, "He looks like a nice guy, but that doesn't get us jobs."
A total of seven speakers appear in the 30-second spot titled "Ya No Más," or "No More," in addition to Obama saying "Yes, we can" in Spanish.
The ad's translation was provided by the Romney campaign, which has not said where the ad would run or how much was being spent on it.
Lilly Lopez, who is seated next to a young girl who appears to be her daughter, says, "Obama has no idea what we are going through."
Aline Fernandez says Obama is "Promises and promises and nothing."
And Dan Vargas brings out a theme Romney has been driving on the campaign trail recently: "Are things better off for you? Not for me."
Underscoring the importance of the Hispanic vote this year, Latinos took some prominent roles in the party conventions of the past two weeks.
Romney was introduced by Sen. Marco Rubio, a Floridian whose parents emigrated from Cuba. San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro became the first Latino to deliver a keynote address at the Democratic National Convention last week. His grandmother left Mexico for Texas, and in his speech he said, "My mother fought hard for civil rights so that instead of a mop, I could hold this microphone."
The Romney campaign has released a series of Spanish-language ads, including spots featuring one of his sons, Craig.
The most recent one was released just less than a month ago, and it criticizes Obama for unemployment among Hispanics. In July, unemployment among Hispanic adults was 10.3%, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said, while the nationwide unemployment rate was at 8.3%.
Romney also has been the target of Spanish-language ads produced by the pro-Obama group Priorities USA.