With four days to go until Election Day, the Vice President made a campaign stop in Dimondale. He spoke of many issues close the Republican base, like gun control and partial-birth abortion. But he also spent time discussing topics close to Michiganians, like the Great Lakes water diversion and education.
The crowd was fired up, ready to cheer and show their support. Cheney also took time out to attack Senator John Kerry's voting record and stance on defending America.
Vice President Cheney also spoke about the missing explosives in Iraq, saying he firmly believes the troops guarded the materials safely.