APPLETON (WKOW) -- With four weeks to go in the race for the White House, both campaigns are bringing in as much help from the outside as they can.
Son of vice president Joe Biden and the attorney general of Delaware, Beau Biden, spoke with veterans in Appleton Tuesday.
As an Iraq War veteran, Biden said the Obama administration has helped support our service men and women.
"The president understood that we have a commitment and a sacred obligation and that's why our president, President Obama, has increased funding for the VA more than any other president has in 30 years."
Republicans were also in Appleton on Tuesday.
Virginia's republican governor Bob McDonnell joined Wisconsin governor Scott Walker and relatives of Paul Ryan for a rally.
He said his role is to reinforce the Romney-Ryan message.
"So what I can do for him is say Mitt Romney has a very specific action plan. He's got solutions for the middle class. He's done it in the private sector, he's done it as governor of Massachusetts and so these plans really will work for the United States of America please vote for Mitt Romney," said McDonnell.
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