Mitt Romney greets supporters at a campaign rally in Miami on September 19, 2012. (Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images)
DENVER -- Mitt Romney says he's going to spend less time raising money and more time with voters.
The Republican presidential nominee says President Barack Obama's decision in 2008 to bypass traditional spending limits has forced him to spend more time courting donors than he'd like.
Romney discussed his strategy with reporters Sunday evening while traveling from Los Angeles to Denver. He says "the fundraising season is probably a little quieter going forward."
Romney spent much of his weekend raising money in California. He launches a more aggressive campaign schedule in key states with a stop in Colorado Sunday night.