President addresses Hispanic voters at UM

Hispanics the focus as candidates move through Florida

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MIAMI - Hispanic voters are the focus Thursday as the presidential race moves through Florida.

President Obama will attend a Spanish-language forum hosted by Univision network. He is scheduled to arrive at the University of Miami at 2:20 p.m. The interview will be taped.

Mitt Romney attended the forum as a guest on Wednesday. On Thursday, Romney's campaign heads to Sarasota.

The President is trying to keep Romney on the defensive during his tour through Florida.

Romney is still being forced to clarify comments secretly captured on video in which he said 47 percent of Americans believe they are "victims" entitled to government help. He's looking to Hispanic voters to help get back on track. The Republican nominee is also planning a three-day Ohio bus tour next week.

Wednesday, Romney said his campaign is quote, "about the 100 percent in America."

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