TAMPA, Fla. -- Craig Romney, one of Mitt Romney's five sons, made a big play to Hispanic voters in his speech before the Republican convention in Tampa Thursday night.
Romney delivered part of his remarks in Spanish, and lauded Latino Govs. Susana Martinez of New Mexico and Brian Sandoval of Nevada.
He also tried to make the case that the Romney family can relate to the immigrant experience.
"It's easy to forget that the story of my father's success begins with the story of two immigrants -- my grandfathers -- who came to this country with little more than hope in the opportunity of America," he said. "Through their hard work and perseverance they lived the American dream, and gave opportunities to their children they wouldn't have had anywhere else."