ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney's final rally in Colorado before the election was also his largest in the state. 17,000 people went to the Comfort Dental Amphitheater to hear him speak.
The visit here to Arapahoe County was calculated. While there's a sizable Republican presence, the former governor also appealed to independents and undecided voters.
Romney stressed the need to work across the aisle.
"We got to work together for the common good," he said.
The Saturday speech didn't reveal any new policies, but reinforced his message that President Barack Obama's policies during the past four years have failed.
"Do you want more of the same or do you want real change?" he asked.