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Paul Ryan makes a campaign stop in the Valley on election eve

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VIENNA, Ohio – Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan mad his way to the Valley on election eve.

Ryan spoke to a crowd of about 1,500 supporters at Winner Aviation in Vienna.

He spoke about his Ohio roots from his undergraduate days at Miami of Ohio.

Ryan criticized President Obama's policies and touted governor Romney's experience.

"President Obama tried. He came in with all the hope and the change. Then he gave us stimulus. He promised we'd be growing jobs. We're nine million shy of the jobs he promised. The unemployment rate is higher today than it was when he came into office. There are 23 million people struggling to find work. Half the kids coming out of college can't find a good job or any job," Ryan said.

Ryan went on to say that Mitt Romney is a man "who fixes thing" and who has a vision for the nation.

"We are asking you for your support. We are thanking you for your support, and in return this is our pledge. We are not going to duck the country's tough issues. We are not going to run away from our economic and fiscal problems. We are going to run at our problems to solve our problems," Ryan said.

Ryan went onto Wisconsin to end his day of campaigning.

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