Senator and VP candidate Tim Kaine makes a stop at FSW

Laura Christensen
November 7, 2016

"We really, really want to win Wisconsin", Kaine said.

Armed with a harmonica and an iconic rocker at his side, Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine showed off his musical prowess at a Florida rally Saturday night.

Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence will be in Northern Virginia tonight for a campaign rally.

"The Stronger Together theme that Hillary chose for the campaign, we have to be true to that". "It's about your momma's care, your brother's care, your sister's care, your care". We respectfully ask you to vote and to please consider voting for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine.

Kaine will talk about his running mate's plans to create an economy that works for everyone.

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A senior Democrat close to Clinton's campaign told CNN that "it's impossible to fully undo the damage of the last nine days". Obama says new voters hear "all that noise" and wonder whether they should be anxious about Clinton's behavior.

Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are locked in a tight race for the battleground state.

The last note Kaine left the crowd with was not to take anything for granted.

Kaine will be in Melbourne, Florida before his Fort Myers stop, so obviously the Clinton campaign is not showing any signs of slowing down its push for our 29 electoral votes with just three days left before Election Day.

Kaine stopped at the Democratic Party headquarters in Milwaukee on Sunday morning before heading to campaign events in Green Bay and La Crosse.

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