(CNN) - He doesn't formally spell out his plan to create jobs until Tuesday in Nevada, but it appears Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will give a preview of his speech Friday morning, when he addresses the Republican National Hispanic Assembly in Tampa, Florida.
In prepared remarks released by his campaign, the former Massachusetts governor will say, "On Tuesday, I will present a detailed plan to get America back to work and to grow our economy."
In his Friday preview, Romney, who's making his second bid for the White House, gives some details on what he will propose on Tuesday, saying, "I will make business taxes competitive with other nations, eliminate burdensome regulations and bureaucracy, and support America's workers instead of its union bosses."
In other excerpts, Romney will say, "I will promote the exploration of our own natural resources, which will create countless jobs. I will make sure that America's workforce is prepared for the modern economy."
And discussing what he considers out-of-control government spending, Romney says, "We are only inches away from ceasing to be a free market economy. I will cut federal spending, cap it at 20 percent or less of the GDP and finally, finally balance our budget."
Romney will give his speech two days before President Barack Obama spells out his jobs plan in an address before a joint session of Congress Thursday evening.
It follows the well-received roll out of another GOP candidate's jobs plan. Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman laid out his proposal to stimulate job growth Wednesday–it was praised by the Wall Street Journal in an editorial published the next day.
CNN Deputy Political Director Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.