Parma Heights - With predictions that 50% of American voters will turn out to cast their ballots in Tuesday's mid-term elections, political leaders hit the road this weekend to stump for their party's tickets.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was in Parma Heights Saturday afternoon to campaign for U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown's re-election bid, and for Ohio governor candidate Richard Cordray.
Biden was enthusiastic but the campaigning has clearly taken a toll on his voice, which was raspy, even a whisper at times.
He called on those attending to hold fast to values such as integrity and honesty, calling them the fabric of America.
Biden spoke at Valley Forge High School for a "get out the vote" rally.
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