Mitt Romney is looking to regain voter confidence following a rough month for his campaign.
His running mate, Paul Ryan, delivered a speech in New Hampshire Saturday morning, a crucial swing state for the GOP.
He urged supporters to reach out to former Obama voters who are now having second thoughts.
"You're either part of the problem or part of the solution," Ryan said. "And you know what, President Obama has become part of the problem and Mitt Romney is the solution."
Meanwhile, Vice President Joe Biden rallied supporters in Fort Myers, Florida.
He referred to Romney's now-infamous comment that 47 percent of voters pay no income tax and believe they are victims.
"How can Gov. Romney have such a profound misunderstanding of the people of this country?" Biden said. "Folks, I've got news for Gov. Romney. I've got news for Congressman Ryan. America is neither dependent nor in decline. And gentlemen, it's never, never been a good bet to bet against the American people."
Romney and Obama are taking a break from campaigning this weekend to gear up for the presidential debate on Wednesday.
Biden and Ryan will face off in their own debate on Oct. 11.
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