MERRIMACK, N.H. (AP)— Vice President Joe Biden is rounding out a two-day trip to New Hampshire with a campaign rally in Merrimack.
Biden who campaigned in Hanover and Concord on Friday, sharpened his criticism Saturday of Mitt Romney's "47 percent" comments. Biden added the 68,000 combat veterans in Afghanistan to the long list of people he accuses Romney of writing off. He also said the GOP ticket is doubling down on everything that caused the nation's economic crisis.
Biden it the GOP ticket on their plan to create a Medicare voucher system.
Though President Barack Obama won New Hampshire four years ago, the November election is expected to be very close, and both campaigns have been putting significant time into the state. Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan was in Dover Tuesday.
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