Romney hopes to show voters who he is at RNC speech
TAMPA, Fla. -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is set to make one of the biggest speeches of his political career.
It is the final night of the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
Romney hopes to show voters he is not just a businessman, but also a husband, a father, and a leader.
Advisors say his speech will be both political and personal.
"It will be my privilege to make my case to the American people," Romney said. "Together, we'll get this country back on track. We'll deliver the recovery we've been waiting for."
Romney is also expected to talk about the Mormon faith.
The stage is being rebuilt to bring him closer to the audience.
Also speaking during the final night include former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
Bush says that Romney needs to get more personal with voters.
"It is important to connect emotionally for then that gives you the chance then I thinhk to give, to allow people in," Bush said. "You're allowed in and then you can make your case. And he has to do that for sure."
Romney's speech will be at 10 p.m. and can be seen on ABC57.
Romney in Indiana
On Wednesday, Romney was in Indiana to address the annual American Legion Convention in Indianapolis.
In that address, Romney said that if he is elected he will not cut defense spending and do more to help veterans find jobs.