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FINAL VISIT: Romney Rallies Supporters in Des Moines

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More than 4,000 people packed into Hy-Vee Hall Sunday morning as Governor Mitt Romney delivered his final personal message to Iowa voters.

"The door to a brighter future is there, open, and waiting for us. I need your vote and I need your work. I need your help. Walk with me and we'll walk together. I need Iowa so we can win the White House,” Romney told supporters.

Romney spoke about his plans for a potential first day in the White House.

Those plans included working to repeal President Obama's healthcare plan and issuing more licenses for drilling on federal lands.

Romney also focused on the economy and attacked the president's record on job creation.

It was a message that earned him the support of at least two Iowa voters.

“As college students, getting jobs after we graduate is important to us. Just knowing that he's a businessman is really encouraging,” said Kiersten Savoie, a Romney supporter.

According to Politico, Governor Romney also has events Sunday in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

Republican Vice Presidential nominee, Paul Ryan will speak in Des Moines tomorrow.

His final visit to Iowa will take place at Elliot Aviation and is scheduled to begin at 5:30 P.M.