Mitt Romney said that the Republican convention in Tampa last month helped his campaign because it made him better known to the American people in an interview that aired Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press."
I don't think I was as well known, of course, as the president. And-- and so we had a convention and I got better known. People go to see Ann and hear our story. And-- and the result of that is I'm better known, for better or for worse. And that allows me to continue to hammer away on what I do to get America on the right track. And I have really two months to be able to convince people I can do a better job than the incumbent. I think I can do that. So I'm-- I'm in a better spot than I was before the convention.