Puerto Ricans are one of the biggest swing voting blocs in Florida, a fast-growing Hispanic population numbering in the hundreds of thousands, mostly centered in the Orlando area. Many of them voted for GOP President Bush in 2004. They backed former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in his campaigns, but also voted for Al Gore in 2000 and Barack Obama in 2008.

Now the battle for their votes is heating up, with Obama’s re-election campaign hoping to reignite support in that community by reminding voters of one of his biggest decisions – putting a Puerto Rican woman on the Supreme Court.