Tonight Congressman Paul Ryan will officially accept his party's nomination for Vice President. Many pundits believe he will do well after bringing new energy to the GOP ticket.
As for the Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, many of those same political observers believe he has to prove he's likeable. "CBS This Morning" anchor Charlie Rose told me this morning in an interview he thinks Romney has to do even more than that: that he has to prove he has the right stuff. "Everybody knows-- Democrats and Republicans--the economy is not doing well, jobless rate is above eight percent, we have challenges but he has to prove to the television viewing audience that because of his background and experience, he's can change that."
Looking forward to more highlights tonight. Last night Ohio Governor John Kasich spoke before the delegates and got quite a positive response to his claims Ohio was once 48th in the nation when it comes to job creation and now number four. Democrats seized that, calling his speech a fairy tale, saying the job growth came from President Obama's auto industry bailout. I interviewed Kasich at eleven, he said he felt good about the speech but savored the best review received when called home and one of his daughters told him, "That was awesome!"