Mitt Romney has had trouble connecting with average voters. So
this week his campaign attempted to use the party's convention to
portray him in a warmer light. And it worked according to northern
Jim Brulte is the former California Senate Republican
leader. He says the country finally got to see the man he
BRULTE: "Mitt Romney is a wonderful man. He has a great
heart, he's caring and giving, but you know when you're viewed
through the lens of television it doesn't always translate."
Now the convention is over and Northern California delegates
want to turn the message into action. Catharine Baker says the
state's Republicans are planning to do a lot more than just write
checks to the Romney Campaign.
BAKER: "They also make a contribution by engaging other
Americans around the country in battleground states about who
should be elected because they're electing the president of all of
Baker says she's asking volunteers to help Romney anyway they
BAKER: "Very technologically savvy campaign so folks
can also phone from home, get a tutorial and they can start making
phone calls into battleground states. And another way is we're
deploying from battleground states, again these are our neighbors
for example in Nevada."
Now Romney must take the energy from Tampa on the road...to
those battleground states...which don't include California.