Republicans and Democrats focus on Pennsylvania on the day before Election Day
After months of campaigning it all comes down to Tuesday.
In just a few, short hours people will head to the polls to cast their ballots to choose our next commander in chief.
Big names from both parties are doing some last-minute stumping right here in Pennsylvania.
A former president, a former mayor, and a movie star.
“Are you ready to win an election tomorrow,” said former president Bill Clinton.
Clinton went around the state telling people that President Obama has a plan to cut the national debt, invest in alternative fuel, add jobs and keep not cut Medicare.
"Romney wants to convince every senior in Pennsylvania that he knows what's good for them and the AARP has become their worst enemy,” said Clinton.
"Pennsylvania gets back to being one of the founding states," actor Jon Voight to a group of Romney campaign workers.
The Republicans also focused on Pennsylvania as well.
Stops in Bethlehem and Conshohocken by Voight and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
“He wasn't prepared to be president, we got fooled,” said Giuliani. "We can repair the damage he's done to our economy and we will if we elect Mitt Romney.”
So it's the final countdown and both sides are poised for a win.
“You're on the verge of making history,” Voight told the crowd.
“Now next year if the president is elected here's what's going to happen," said Clinton. People in the crowd asked when? Clinton replied, "You can say when, when you make it happen.”
Plenty of people say they are ready to make it happen.
Candidates are hoping these last minute stops will put them in the White House.
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