DECISION 2012: Biden makes surprise trip to Cleveland

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CLEVELAND (AP) -- It's a final, frantic round of campaigning today as voters decide who will occupy the White House for the next four years.

Making one last pitch to Ohio voters, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan were in Cleveland today -- and so was Vice President Biden, on a surprise stop.

The two Republicans are also stopping in Pittsburgh. President Barack Obama is spending the day in Chicago, reaching out to swing-state voters on the phones.

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