UNDATED, WI (WTAQ) - Republican White House candidate Mitt Romney started a bus tour of small towns Friday that will roll into Wisconsin on Monday. In Stratham New Hampshire, Romney told about 500 people that President Obama has “smothered” small-town dreams and has failed to give America’s middle class a fair shot at success. Romney also criticized Obama’s nearly hour-long speech on the economy yesterday – and the former Massachusetts governor said the nation would be in for “four more very long years” if he’s re-elected. Stratham is where Romney kicked off his White House bid. His advisers say the candidate is visiting the towns that Obama has forgot. All those places helped Obama win in 2008. The Democrat carried Wisconsin by 14 percentage points. On Monday, Romney will visit the Badger State for the first time since he won the state’s G-O-P primary on April third. He’ll be in Janesville, which is not the smallest town with almost 64-thousand residents – but it is the home of House Budget chairman and possible vice-presidential choice Paul Ryan, who will accompany Romney. And it suffered some big economic losses after the General Motors plant closed in 2009. Governor Scott Walker will also join Romney when he appears at the Monterrey Mills plant in Janesville.