Because Iowa is considered a battleground state there is no doubt both Romney and President Obama will make several more stops in the state before the election, but its not likely that they will visit South Dakota in the next two months.
That's why some South Dakota voters traveled to Orange City on Friday to see and hear from Romney first hand.
They wanted to hear about the economy.
"The most important thing to me is the jobs and the economy. We got to get the economy straightened out. It's not fair to leave all those kids in a hole they can't ever climb out of,” Sioux Falls voter Linda Roach said.
Romney said that Americas can get back on track by taking advantage of domestic energy resources and supporting small business.