October 22, 2008
The Vice-Presidential candidates hit the campaign Wednesday.
Joe Biden campaigned in Colorado Thursday. He's sticking to an economic message on his tour, promising he and Senator Obama will work to restore the middle class and reclaim respect for America if elected.
The Delaware democrat also tied John McCain to George Bush's economic policies.
Sarah Palin hit the trail on her own with a rally at the University of Findlay in Ohio.
The Alaska governor told a crowd of supporters the GOP ticket has run a clean campaign throughout the White House race, and said it wasn't negative or mean-spirited to call out an opponent on his record or experience.
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