From NBC/NJ's Erin McPike
Still two days away from the Iowa caucuses, Romney today released his closing ad in New Hampshire.
It's an overtly positive message, but it's a veiled swipe at McCain. "No one votes for yesterday. We vote for tomorrow. Every election is about the future," he starts out in the spot.
And the ad carries many of the same lines that he's using in his trimmed down stump speech. One of those is: "In the next 10 years, we'll see more progress, more change than the world has seen in the last 10 centuries."
More details to come on a new ad about to launch in Michigan.