By Jim Melwert

NEWTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — The parade of presidential and vice presidential candidates through the Philadelphia region continued on Wednesday, as Democratic VP hopeful Tim Kaine made a stop in Newtown, Bucks County in front of a couple hundred people at Bucks County Community College.

Vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine focused on the economy, jobs, voters’ rights, and costs of college, and stressed the importance of everyone getting out to vote, saying don’t look at polls and take anything for granted.

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“We’re living in a time of surprises,” Kaine told the crowd. “Polls have been wrong, pundits have been wrong, the GOP nominated someone who most people didn’t think would get the GOP nomination. You can’t take anything for granted, we’re living in a season of surprises.”

Kaine took a shot at Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president took time off the trail Wednesday to open a hotel along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C.

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“That’s going to be the only thing where he’s going to be able to stay on Pennsylvania Avenue, I’m going to tell you that,” Kaine said, “It’s not 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.”

In addition to the key Pennsylvania senate race between Katie McGinty and Pat Toomey, there is a key congressional race in Bucks County between Democrat Steve Santarsiero and Republican Brian Fitzpatrick.

Kaine’s campaign stop showed the importance, not only of the Philadelphia suburbs, but of Bucks County in particular, which has backed Democratic candidates since 1992.

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Trump was in Newtown last Friday, Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence will be in Bensalem on Friday. Even Bill Clinton made a stop in Bucks County last week before he spoke at Montgomery County Community College.