Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney appeared Sunday at the I-X Center in Cleveland to make one last pitch to Northeast Ohio.
Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, discussed many of his talking points, including his five-point plan for America, while using the forum to be critical of his opponent, President Barack Obama.
At stake are Ohio’s 18 Electoral College votes and recent polls show the race in Ohio is very close.
Romney spoke for about 29 minutes before of a crowd 6,000 estimated by campaign officials, who said the total was provided by the U.S. Secret Service.
6,000 may not sound like a lot but Cleveland is a Democratic stronghold.
Here are some money quotes:
“Two more days and we can start rebuilding our country”
“I won’t waste any time complaining about my predecessor”
“I’m not just going take office on January 20th, I’m going take responsibility for that office”
Watch it and decide for yourself.