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As the presidential campaign enters its final days, Virginia is seeing a last wave of candidate visits.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will hold a campaign rally at Meadow Event Park in Caroline County this afternoon, while his running mate, Paul Ryan, will be in Richmond Saturday.
President Barack Obama held a rally in the state capital last week, and will be in Bristow in Prince William County on Saturday. Vice President Joe Biden is due for a stop in Virginia on Monday, the day before Election
Earlier this month, Ryan held a rally
In 2008, both Obama and Biden held a rally at the University of Mary Washington's Fredericksburg campus. Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin headlined a campaign event at Hurkamp Park in the city.
This year, first lady Michelle Obama held a rally in Fredericksburg in September.
Both presidential campaigns have held several events in Northern Virginia and in Richmond, as well as in other parts of the state.
Today's Romney rally will be at the Meadow Event Park, which is home to the State Fair of Virginia. Doors open at 11:45 a.m. for the 1:45 p.m. event.
For free tickets, go online to mittromney.com/states/virginia.
The Caroline County stop is one of three Romney is making in Virginia today. He'll be in Roanoke at a rally in the morning at at one in Virginia Beach later in the day.
Virginia is considered one of just a handful of swing states this year, and polls indicate the race between Romney and Obama is very close here.
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