BEREA, Ohio - Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan campaigned in swing state Ohio on Wednesday, where he told supporters at Baldwin Wallace University that Mitt Romney followed up a strong first debate with another winning performance.
The Wisconsin congressman says all President Barack Obama is giving the country is a growing debt and no solutions.
Ryan says running mate Mitt Romney has a plan to increase jobs in energy and small businesses.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice joined up with Ryan on the campaign trail at BW, telling voters that the last four years have been tough on working folks.
After their college stop, the two went to Cleveland Browns Stadium where they talked with the players on the field.
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