JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Democrats rolled through Jacksonville with a message they hope will hit voters like a bus. Supporters held signs like "Bad for Middle Class" and "If it didn't work then, it won't work now" making it clear where they stood.
"There is nothing wrong with accumulated wealth, but we need our middle class to have their tax breaks because clearly they are the backbone and drivers of our economy," said Democratic Florida State Senator, Audrey Gibson.
Senator Gibson opened the rally. And she says electing Mitt Romney President and his newly named Vice President candidate Paul Ryan would be devastating for the state.
"Tax cuts undermine Medicare. Florida is probably the largest state in the United States with the largest population of seniors. And to undermine our seniors and middle class is a double whammy for our state," said Gibson.
Massachusetts Representative David Linsky was also there and focused on Romney's record as their Governor. "He promised less debt, he promised he would create jobs, and he promised we would have small government. He broke each and everyone of those promises," said Linsky.
Ian Chase is an Obama supporter and hosted the rally in front of his downtown restaurant. "He has more in common with small business and where I am in my life right now financially," said Chase.
"We need to support the middle class. We need to support small business, and Governor Romney and Representative Ryan, they simply have no interest in doing that what so ever," said Linsky. the tour is taking their message to all of the states Mitt Romney is visiting.