La Crosse, Wis. (WFRV) -- Following Thursday night's debate, Vice President Joe Biden made a campaign stop in Wisconsin on Friday.
He and his wife visited a crowd of supporters on the UW-La Crosse campus.
Biden touched on many of the same subjects that were discussed last night, including the Afghanistan War and abortion.
Another issue that's on the top of many voters' minds is taxes.
"We cut taxes for the middle class by $3,600 dollars," Vice President Biden said Friday. "And now we want to make sure that we make the tax cut to the middle class that's due to expire in January, that we make that permanent."
Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan will make stops in the Milwaukee area on Sunday and on Monday as well.