While he has claimed he can do a better job of turning around the economy than Obama, he has never explained how - some have wondered if he has a plan at all.
In the off-camera meeting with fundraisers in Florida Romney said he believes from the moment he takes oath, the economy will start looking up.
Meanwhile, Romney started Tuesday a two-day bus tour of Ohio, a battleground state no Republican president has ever lost but has looked leaning towards Obama in polls.
Obama is leading Romney 53% to 43% in Ohio in a poll published by The New York Times. A Washington Post poll gave Obama an eight point lead there. The president is leading in all battleground states.