VP Joe Biden makes post-debate stop at UW-La Crosse

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LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) -- Fresh off the national debate state, the Vice President is back in Western Wisconsin with enthusiasm.

He spoke to a crowd of 2,000 at UW-La Crosse Friday afternoon, in hopes of gaining young voters by November 6th.

Supporters packed into the Cartwright Center as Biden told them based on last night's debate, it's clear republican candidate Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have fundamentally different views for America than President Obama and himself.

Biden said this electino is a choice between equality and class division.

Biden said if there is one message he wants to leave the crowd with, it's that he and Obama are betting on the American people.

After his speech, Biden stuck around for about 20 minutes to talk to his supporters.

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