Mitt Romney left the Green Mountain state Thursday and headed to a news conference in Concord, New Hampshire with a group of veterans.
The GOP nominee had been studying for upcoming debates at a home in West Windsor for the last few days. Romney told reporters in Concord he did not plan to watch the President's speech Thursday night and did not watch President Clinton's Wednesday night.
Media assigned to the campaign say the schedule is ramping up and it has already been busy. CBS News reporter Sarah Huisenga has been travelling with Romney since April.
"You're constantly on the go. There are a lot of details, a lot of things to keep on top of.....in a unique fashion," she says.
The Romney campaign also has a new media offensive as the DNC wraps up including a new TV ad that uses clips of President Clinton criticizing President Obama from the 2008 democratic primary campaign.
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