Beloit, Wis.(WFRV)--Wisconsin is one a few swing states the candidates are targeting heavily in these final days.
While the President focused on Ohio Friday, Vice President Joe Biden spent the day in the Badger state.
On stage in Ohio, President Obama only briefly mention the latest jobs report today.
President Obama, "This morning, we learned our companies created more jobs in October than at any time in the last 8 months."
Obama continued to stress that there is still more work to do.
But he says it shows they've made real progress in the last four years.
Said President Obama, "We've come too far to turn back now, we've come toofar to grow faint-hearted, ts time to keep pushing forward."
Meanwhile, the Vice President made two stops in Wisconsin Friday - one in Superior, the other in Beloit.
He spoke to a crowd of about 1,100 in Beloit, his second trip to Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan's territory in just a week.
Said Biden, "Paul had a great line, he said 'They say my budget cuts things, I don't cut things, we just slow growth'. Slow growth? That's a little like Romney standing in the unemployment line and telling a guy i didn't outsource your job, I just outshored it!"
VP Biden played up his middle class roots, while criticizing Romney for being out of touch.
Biden, "Folks, we need you, together we can win Wisconsin and we win Wisconsin we win this election, and the middle class comes back."
Hammering that point home even more, the President will be back in Wisconsin twice more before election day.
Milwaukee on Saturday,and Madison on Monday.
And the President is bringing some star power with him to Wisconsin. Katy Perry will perform at a rally in Milwaukee, and Bruce Springsteen will perform at Obama's rally in Madison on Monday.