Joe Biden campaigns for Hillary Clinton in Palm Beach Gardens

Clinton heads to Arizona, Nevada

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Hillary Clinton traveled to Arizona and Nevada Wednesday, a day after holding a rally in Fort Lauderdale.

Meanwhile, Vice President Joe Biden campaigned for her Wednesday in Palm Beach Gardens, stressing the importance of winning electoral votes in Florida.

"Florida, Florida. It always, always comes down to Florida," Biden said. "You win Florida for these guys, you win for all America. This is it. you win, it is all over."

"No, no, that's not hyperbole," he told a cheering crowd. "You win, you win here in Florida, it is all over. We can go to bed early on election night."

Both Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton attacked Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during their separate rallies on Tuesday.

"You are valuable. You should feel good about yourselves," Hillary Clinton told the crowd at Reverend Samuel Delevoe Memorial Park in Fort Lauderdale. "Don't let somebody like this bully tell you otherwise."

The 42nd president echoed his wife's sentiments at the Florida City Youth Activity Center.

"She says, 'We're stronger together.' And he says, 'No, we're not,'" the former president said. "She says, 'We all ought to work together.' He says, 'The military is a mess. We need deportation, and I know more than the generals do.'"

The couple also spoke about the importance for people to vote.

"Remember, there's no state where it is more important," Hillary Clinton said. "You know what happened in 2000. I was with Al Gore in Miami, and he can tell you better than anyone. Every vote counts."

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