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      Joe Biden campaigns in Fremont ahead of election

      The crowd at Terra Community College was fired up and ready to go Sunday to hear from Vice President Joe Biden, two days prior to the election.

      "Four more years," the crowd roared as grammy-winning artist Jason Mraz kicked off the event, strumming his acoustic guitar to several of his hit songs. Mraz played the popular "I'm Yours" as well as a cover version of Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds."

      Jill Biden escorted her husband on stage and praised the Vice President's vision to move America forward.

      She said, â??Iâ??ve seen Joe and Barack stand up for our rights and our freedoms every single day.â??

      Vice President Biden highlighted accomplishments made by the Obama administration. Biden noted, "We've created 5.4 million new private-sector jobs." He continued, "Exports are up 41 percent."

      The Vice President also took shots at Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, calling campaign ads against Jeep "shameless." Biden also criticized Romney for "running away" from foreign policy, and being "stuck in 1957" when it comes to women's issues.

      â??You all saw a glimpse of Romneyâ??s character when he thought no one was looking and he said 47 percent of you are unwilling to take responsibility for your own life,â?? Biden asserted.

      President Obama will finish his campaign tour on Monday when he joins rocker Bruce Springsteen in Des Moines, Iowa.

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