VIENNA - Vice presidential hopeful Paul Ryan just finished his final campaign stop in the Valley.
With less than three hours to go until Election Day, the Republican congressman from Wisconsin stopped at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport to rally the faithful to his and presidential candidate Mitt Romney's cause.
Ryan spoke for about 15 minutes to a cold crowd of about 1,000 huddled in the Winner Aviation hangar.
The stop wrapped up a day of travel for Ryan, who also stopped in Reno, Nev.
Ryan last campaigned in the Mahoning Valley on Oct. 13 at Youngstown State University. Before that, he made a quick stop at the Hot Dog Shoppe in Warren on Aug. 16 after a rally in North Canton
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