President Back on Campaign Trail After Accepting Nomination
President Obama was back on the campaign trail after accepting the Democratic party's Presidential nomination Thursday night.
Friday the President told supporters in New Hampshire, Congress can get more workers back to work if members pass his Jobs Bill when they return to Washington, DC next week.
"If the Republicans are serious about being concerned about joblessness, we could create a million new jobs right now. If Congress would pass the Jobs Plan I sent to them a year ago," the President said.
President Obama will continue campaigning in Iowa Friday night. His Republican challenger, Mitt Romney was there earlier today.
Next Tuesday Romney is set to visit Reno to speak at the National Guard Association of the United States Conference. President Obama is also making a stop in the Silver State holding a grassroots event in Las Vegas next Wednesday.