New polling shows Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney making inroads with Hispanic voters.
A Latino Decisions tracking poll out this week shows 30 percent of Latinos now support Romney, up from 26 percent from the week before.
This week's poll also shows that 64 percent of Latinos support President Obama.
But pollsters note that this is the first time that Romney has climbed to 30 percent since polling began 10 months ago. Many analysts believe he needs 40 percent of the Latino vote to win the election.
The prominent display of Hispanic speakers at the GOP convention, including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, may be part of what has given Romney a boost.