CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Both presidential candidates scheduled stops in Cleveland this weekend.
Donald Trump's event at the I-X Center (near Hopkins International Airport) took place Saturday night. Former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani and VP candidate Mike Pence took the stage before the Republican presidential candidate.
Trump spoke earlier in the day in Pennsylvania.
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton spoke Friday at the Recreation Center at Tri-C, urging Ohioans to go vote and to get their friends and family to go vote.
She talked about job loss in Ohio, and voter frustrations. But she said anger isn't the way to solve problems.
Ohio is one of just a handful of toss-up states that could swing to either Clinton or Trump on Election Day. Early voting has already begun in Ohio.
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