"It's a theme with him. It's always turning things around," said Myer. It's not the same old Washington-style talk we're hearing things about."
Eric first listened to Romney speak on The O'Reilly Factor. A Young Republican - Eric was glued to the TV.
"I said, you know, this guy really has the whole package. His experience is amazing."
That's why Eric took two family vehicles and transformed them into "Mitt Mobiles." Since August, he's been driving them around his hometown of Geneseo.
"I'm spreading the word. I'm convinced it's going to do something," said Eric. "Not sure if he'll win New York, but it's helping."
Eric said he's convinced 5 of his peers into voting for Romney today. He also says some of his teachers are taking a second look at the Republican. He also convinced his parents.
"They thought I was crazy initially. But then they tuned into the debates and looked at what he stood for. People say this guy is best equipped to lead our nation."
Eric founded the Livingston County Young Republican Society when he was 14. He plans to major in political science or economics when he attends college next fall.
He also says he'd like to continue working on Romney's campaign on a national level.
"I'd be doing what I'm doing here times 100. I'd absolutely entertain the idea of working for him."