Vice President Biden rallies for Clinton in Tampa

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The campaign trail passed through Tampa again Wednesday, with Vice President Joe Biden holding a rally for Hillary Clinton at the Museum of Science and Industry.

Biden wasted no time emphasizing the importance of Florida's vote. 

"As my grandfather would say, 'here we go again,'" Biden told the crowd. "I don't know how the heck  you guys work this out, but it gets down to Florida, Florida, Florida. Not a joke. You all do your  job, we all get to go to bed early Tuesday night."

The Vice President continued his offensive on Donald Trump; Biden recently said he would like to take Trump "behind the gym," implying he'd like to fight the Republican Presidential nominee. Biden didn't go down that road during his speech at MOSI.

"I'm going to be good. I'm not going to talk about gymnasiums," he said as he attacked Trump's  comments about women, Muslims and immigrants. "The thing that bothers me most is the way he degenerates people."

The Vice President then continued the Clinton Campaign's trend of narrowing its focus by targeting  certain groups of voters.

The man known as "Middle Class Joe" targeted a group that's close to his heart: working families.

"Let me tell you, I'm pretty damn sophisticated about what built this country: the middle class built  this country," he said, drawing cheers.

A day earlier Clinton campaigned at Pasco-Hernando State College, focusing much of her rally on women and immigrants. She and Biden urged supporters to vote early.