Kaine Urges New Hampshire Voters Not to Become Complacent From Polling

Kaine addressed supporters at Saint Anselm College

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine is urging supporters not to let favorable polling and positive punditry make them complacent on Election Day.

Addressing supporters Saturday at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, Kaine dedicated much of his message to drawing sharp contrasts between his running mate, Hillary Clinton, and Republican rival Donald Trump.

He said voters have a choice between a "you're fired" president in Trump and a "you're hired" president in Clinton; between a "me first" president and a president who puts the country first.

Kaine also pointed to certain details in Clinton's economic plan, which include introducing "the most comprehensive plan to increase jobs since WWII," within the first 100 days. He said the plan includes major investments in research, infrastructure and helping to train people in advanced manufacturing.

Kaine's visit comes a day he and Hillary Clinton released their tax returns and called on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to do the same.

Following his visit to New Hampshire, Kaine then traveled to Newport, Rhode Island, where he was expected to attend a fundraiser hosted by Gov. Gina Raimondo and Democrat Sens. Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and Reps. Jim Langevin and David Cicilline.

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