WEST CHESTER, Ohio (WDTN) - Supporters chanted as they waited in line for hours to see the Romney Ryan Road to Recovery Rally at the Square Friday night.
I think it's fantastic. I think it will show them that we are energized and excited to really move forward and make a change and Mitt is our man," said Terri Hogan, Romney supporter.
"I think it's great because southwest Ohio is crucial in the presidential election, so it's really great to see that they're coming out and just showing importance to this area so it's really great," said TJ McCoy, Romney supporter.
Kid Rock kicked things off with a concert.
Dozens of big name Republicans took the stage to show their support for Mitt Romney.
"He doesn't want a second term he wants a second chance. Because he screwed it up the first time. You know who's going to stop him? Who's going to stand in his way? Ohio," said Rudy Guiliani.
"I promise Mitt Romney will give us the leadership our men and women serving this country will be proud to say that's our man. God Bless him and God bless America," said John McCain.
Paul Ryan says real recovery is just four days away with a vote for the Republican ticket.
Romney made a plea to Ohio voters for support in the final days before the election. "We've known many long days and short nights and we are so very, very close, I need your help, walk with me, walk together."
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