ROCHESTER, New Hampshire (NEWS CENTER) -- President Obama brought his campaign to New Hampshire Saturday.
Saturday afternoon the President spoke to thousands of supporters just across the Maine border in Rochester. His speech focused on the differences between he and Mitt Romney and their visions for the next four years.
Opponents of the president made their presence known. Dozens of protesters from several liberty groups spoke out against the direction President Obama has taken the country in over the past four years.
Rochester resident Sarah Knowlton says she's excited to see the campaign come to her home town, but she wishes the president spent time really getting to know the problems small businesses are facing in the city.
"They always talk about small businesses and how they need to be building back up the economy, so they need to see the empty shops, see the full shops, see how it's doing" Knowlton, who works at downtown pizzeria Bella Fresca, said.
Republican rival Mitt Romney will campaign in New Hampshire on Monday.