(WXYZ) - Michigan native Mitt Romney accepted the Republican nomination for president Thursday night with a vow to restore the promise of America.
How is the speech playing on both sides of the political aisle?
Watch in the video player above as Republican Mike Bishop from Rochester, a candidate for Oakland County Prosecutor and Democratic Congressman Gary Peters who's running for re-election in the newly drawn 14th congressional district discuss the speech.
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