With the economy at the forefront of voters’ minds, Republican candidate Mitt Romney is steering clear of the topic of foreign policy in his campaign trail speeches. Scarcely 24 hours after the third and final presidential debate which focused on foreign policy, Romney gave a campaign speech in front of 6,000 supporters in Nevada, during which he barely even mentioned the debate. He is instead focusing on the issue of job creation and how he believes he can outperform Obama in this area. Pundits and commentators labeled Romney’s performance in the third debate as acceptable while branding Obama the winner. Nonetheless, Romney touted the debates as having “supercharged” his campaign. He repeatedly urged voters to cast their ballots early. An analysis of early votes in Nevada shows Democrats leading by about 13,000.