Dennis Miller joined Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for a campaign stop Wednesday at Ida Lee Park in Leesburg, Va.
A day after his second debate with President Barack Obama on Tuesday in New York, Romney criticized Obama for not laying out a second-term agenda in front of a crowd of about 8,000.
Nationally, experts have been drawn to Loudoun as key to whether Virginia swings red or blue in in November.
The presidential candidates and their families have made a number of stops in Loudoun County this election season: First Lady Michelle Obama was at the Loudoun County Fairgrounds earlier this month; Ann Romney led a "Rally for Mitt" at Cavallo Farm in September.
President Barack Obama stopped in Leesburg in August. Romney was in Loudoun in June for a closed event.
Check Patch later on Thursday for more from Romney's remarks [story now posted here]. To see photos from Wednesday's event, click through the media player above.