By: Christine Souders
Hot off the heels of President Obama's visit last week in Davenport, Governor Mitt Romney stopped in the Quad Cities to sway voters just days away from the election.
During the rally at Seven Cities Sod in Davenport, Governor Mitt Romney delivered his speech, focused mainly on economic growth, and while he acknowledges there are many challenges ahead, he says there's also plenty of opportunities.
With Iowa very much in the thick of the campaign tug of war, Mitt Romney is determined to win over Iowa voters.
"I believe he definitely got everybody ready for the election," said Phillip Anderson, an Iowa Voter.
The November election getting closer, and Mitt Romney spoke to the crowd about why this election is a turning point for America.
"I don't think we're on the right path, and I want to get America strong again and I will," said Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney.
Dad Sam Seward brought his family to the rally, and he says it's Romney he trusts to secure his family's future for generations to come, "I'm looking to Mitt Romney to do something about the national debt. This guy (referring to his son) is about 18 months, there's no way he can pay off what we're spending now."
The Governor laid out his economic plan to shrink the 16 trillion dollar deficit in order to balance the budget.
"I like business. I like the jobs that businesses create. I want to encourage business, and make them more successful."
And many folks at the rally say they are on board with his views for America.
"I think he's going to take Iowa. I think he's going to take Ohio, and I think he's going to be the next President of the United States," said Katherine Hogendorn, a Romney Supporter.
Governor Romney canceled his campaign schedule on Tuesday , in light of the storm devastating the east coast.
He also encouraged folks at the rally to send money through the Red Cross.