Marco Rubio's pitch to voters in Laconia was loud and clear: his is a candidacy based pitched towards America's future.
"The first thing we must do in this election, both in the Republican party but in the broader electorate, is we must turn the page. We cannot keep electing the same kind of people. Its not because they are evil, it's not because they don't love our country, it's because they don't understand the 21st century."
The Florida Senator's been rising in local polls despite keeping a light local campaign schedule. Rubio's visit coincides with large ad buys, from his campaign ad an outside group backing him. Together, they've booked $2.8 million dollars of worth of TV ad slots on WMUR starting this week.