Fri, Jun 8, 2012 5:56 PM EDT

On Thursday, Univision's Jorge Ramos took to the air to denounce the use of his image in an Obama re-election campaign ad. The host of the only political analysis program on the network with the largest audience of Spanish-language viewers in the country said he "rejected" the use of his image. "I want to be clear that I reject the use of my image and that of Univision in any electoral campaign. We want to make a public statement about our disagreement [with the use of the images]." Ramos' comments come right as the Obama re-election Campaign enlists latino celebrities and well-known influencers to reach out to their community in the hopes of winning the Latino vote. [Marc Anthony is the latest celebrity to endorse Obama]( "It seems that Ramos didn't want his image and that of Univision to be confused for an endorsement," said Mónica Novoa, [Drop the I-Word Campaign Coordinator.]( "He is arguably the most high-profile Spanish media journalist in the country, and wants to maintain a distance from any endorsement at this point," Novoa said. Ramos has been critical of many of the President's policies, [including his use of the term "illegal](" and promises to deliver immigration reform.