Vice presidential candidate Mike Pence holds rally in Strongsville

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STRONGSVILLE, Ohio-- Vice presidential candidate Mike Pence, who is Donald Trump's running mate was in Northeast Ohio today.

The Indiana governor held a town hall meeting at the Strongsville Ehrnfelt Recreation Center.

Gov. Pence opened his speech by pointing out that the election is just over a month away.

Pence said Trump is an agent of change and will shake-up official Washington in ways that will be good for ordinary, working people.

He said most Americans believe the country is not headed in the right direction, and he believes Hillary Clinton would continue what he sees as the failed policies of the Obama administration.

Gov. Mike Pence and Senator Tim Kaine took part in the first and only vice presidential debate earlier this week.

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