Sarasota, Florida -- Though the heat index approached 100 on Thursday afternoon, temperatures were not the only thing that soared at Mitt Romney's rally in Sarasota.
Tempers also flared outside when protesters clashed with some Romney supporters, while inside, the Republican Presidential Nominee raised his rhetoric against the President saying Obama's slogan should be "No I can't."
During a speech that lasted about 30 minutes, Romney also reiterated his support for school choice, pledged to create 12 million new jobs if elected and vowed to protect Medicare for both the seniors of today, and the future.
The campaign stop was on the second of three days Romney will spend in the Sunshine State.
Tomorrow, Romney visits West Palm Beach while his running mate, Paul Ryan, arrives in Florida for and event in Lakeland.
Police said no one was arrested at the rally in Sarasota, but several people did require medical attention because of the warm and humid weather.