STRATHAM, NH (NEWS CENTER) - Mitt Romney came back to New Hampshire today for what is considered the unofficial kick off of his general election campaign.
"From now until November our campaign will carry a simple message, americas greatest days are yet ahead", he told a partisan crowd.
The presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee visited the Stratham farm of former New Hampshire State Reps Doug and Stella Scamman. It is the same farm where Romney announced his intentions to run for President just about a year ago.
He wasted no time bashing President Obama saying americans are becoming tired of the slow economy and tired of the President's policies.
"They're tired of being tired and they're tired of a detached and distant President who never seems to hear their voices. But I Hear you and I will continue to hear the people of America when i'm President of the United States", he said.
Romney says if elected he'll get rid of Obama's healthcare plan, end the era of big government and nurture free enterprise to spur job growth. Before ending his tour in Michigan on Tuesday, Romney will hit some key battleground states including Pennsylvania, Ohio and Wisconsin.