Hillary Clinton’s campaign is blanketing the New York airwaves with her campaign ads. And yesterday, she released a Spanish-language ad to reach out to Latinos in New York City. The 30-second spot, “Una Bandera,” highlights Clinton’s past work of “defending the rights of immigrants,” helping Latinos register to vote and securing healthcare for eight million children. Her support for the Latino community is contrasted with dark images of Donald Trump as the narrator remarks that he calls immigrants “criminales y violadores,” or criminals and rapists. “Una Bandera” will air in the New York City media market for a week until the April 19 New York primary. Check out what other ads are airing around the Empire State.