Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney capped off the week-long Republican National Convention on Thursday night with his speech to the assembled delegates.
It was the former Massachusetts governor's big moment in the spotlight, with the entire nation watching. He's counting on the convention – and his speech – to give him a bump in the polls as he heads into the final two months of the campaign.
In his speech, Romney criticized President Obama for not leading the country in the right direction the past four years.
He also laid out his five-point plan to create 12 million jobs in the United States.
The entire text of Romney's speech can be found here.
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