Ryan in Wisconsin, Michelle Obama in Ohio
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WGBA--Republican VP candidate Paul Ryan rallied supporters in Waukesha on the eve of the second presidential debate.Michelle Obama hit the campaign trail in another swing state, Ohio.
Both President Obama and Governor Romney are staying out of the spotlight, focusing all their efforts on preparing for Tuesday's second presidential debate. But that doesn't mean either party is taking a break with 21 days to go until election day.
"This is not what America looks like. We are on the wrong track," said Paul Ryan.
Ryan rallied hundreds of supporters, telling them he and Mitt Romney have a plan to fix the nation's debt crisis.
"It takes leadership to confront this. We are not going to run away from these problems. We are going to run at these problems to solve these problems before they get out of our control," said Ryan.
Ryan took questions from the crowd then jetted off to another town hall meeting in Ohio. That's where First Lady Michelle Obama fired up supporters for her husband.
"This morning I cast my vote early for Barack Obama," said Michelle Obama.
The First Lady urged the crowd to head to the polls early and vote for President Obama. She says he's the man who has the strength to lead this country forward.
"I have seen how important it is to have a president who doesn't just tell us what we want to hear but who tell us the truth even when it's hard. Especially when its hard," said Michelle Obama.
With just weeks to go , both sides are fired up to win.
Michelle Obama will be back in Wisconsin on Friday to speak with supporters in Racine and Wausau.