Romney has three objectives tonight

After Mitt Romney took a photo with his staff on the floor of the convention hall this afternoon, adviser Eric Fehrnstrom gave reporters an teeny tiny hint of what the presidential candidate will say.

"He has three broad objectives," Fehrnstrom said, according to a pool report. "First is to talk about his vision for a better future. ... He also is going to make the case against President Obama for the failures of the last four years ... And he's going to talk about who he is."

Romney will also talk about his father (a common theme in speeches this week).

Until tonight, here's The Fix on what Obama SHOULD say.

Rachel Weiner covers local politics for The Washington Post.
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