Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney is headed to Iowa today after delivering his closing argument to New Hampshire voters.
The former Massachusetts governor hopes a victory in the Iowa caucuses would allow him to return with a winner’s momentum.
Romney told voters in Manchester yesterday that the next president is going to have to lead the nation in a time of dramatic change.
He said he believes his life experiences have prepared him to face a new generation of challenges.
Romney will remain in Iowa through its Jan. 3 caucuses. After that, he says he will campaign around-the-clock in New Hampshire before its Jan. 8 primary.