TAMPA -- Mitt Romney will close the 2012 Republican National Convention with the speech accepting his party's nomination for president. It will be a closely watched speech that may be the most important of his career.
WKYC's Russ Mitchell caught up with a senior Romney campaign advisor to talk about what must be accomplished in the speech. Excerpts released indicated that Romney will tell voters it is time to move away from the disappointments of the Obama administration.
Romney says a win by President Obama will mean the future will not be better than the past.