Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is stunningly confident just hours before polls close in localities across America. Publicly expressing just how cool and collected he is leading up to the epic conclusion to the 2012 race, he bravely told reporters that he's "only written one speech at this point" -- a victory address.
Romney also shared the length of his speech: 1,118 words. "Intellectually," the candidate claims that he's believed he would be the victor for quite some time now. Additionally, he said that his final campaign appearances today invigorated him and gave him the final jolt he needed to know full-well that triumph is on the horizon, CNN reports.
Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney talks with members of the traveling press aboard his campaign plabe on November 6, 2012 en route to Boston, Massachusetts. The presidential race remains tight as Americans are heading to the polls to cast their ballots. Credit: Getty Images
The candidate also said that he has some regrets and that any political campaign is far from perfect. Despite noting these issues, he had very positive comments to share about the 2012 electoral experience.
"I'm very proud of the campaign we've run," he continued. "I am very pleased. I feel we have put it all on the field. We left nothing in the locker room."
Contrary to Romney's confidence, President Barack Obama is being cautious. He told a Denver FOX affiliate that he has two speeches prepared.