Romney said, “Tomorrow we begin a new tomorrow; tomorrow we begin a better tomorrow. Your work is making the difference, the people in the world are watching, the people of America are watching.” He also criticized Obama saying: “You hoped that president Obama will live up to his promise to bring people together and solve problems, he has it but I will,”reported AFP.
As a part of his campaign he reminded the importance of voting. He reminded the voters that making their own votes in not enough, but they should also encourage the friends and neighbors to vote.
Romney was surrounded by advisers which includes his brother Scott Romney, senior advisers Ron Kaufman, longtime friend Bill White and Kevin Madden, Spencer Zwick, strategist Russ Schriefer, and Romney's national finance director and policy director, Lanhee Chen, among others.
Romney's press secretary Rick Gorka said, “"It's been an incredible journey, we are very, very, excited for these last events today (and) very, very, optimistic about our chances tomorrow.”