Mitt Romney is planning a campaign stop Sunday in Bucks County, 5:15 p.m., at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley.
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The address of the farm is 931 Stoney Hill Road, in Lower Makefield Township, Pa.
Since Pennsylvania does not allow early voting, it “became a very interesting place for us to go in late,” Romney political director Rich Beeson said. “Pennsylvania is a place that we decided to wade into as a path to 300 electoral votes,” according to FOX News.
Pennsylvania had long been considered safe for President Obama, but the picture has evolved in recent days.
The vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan visited Pennsylvania on Saturday and stopped in Harrisburg.
Ryan appealed to a crowd of several thousand to help send the Republican ticket to Washington, according to philly.com.”Are you gonna help us win this election?” said Ryan people, who gathered in Harrisburg International Airport.
Ryan said President Obama had not delivered on his promises to restore the economy and Mitt Romney is a leader who will.
At the Ryan rally, Gov Corbett urged the crowd to make sure their friends go out and vote.
“We are the keystone state and we are the keystone state to this election,” said Corbett.
The same time vice president Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden appeared at events in Montgomery County on Saturday and elsewhere in the Philadelphia suburbs.
Democrats are planning to bring former President Bill Clinton to Pennsylvania before Tuesday’s vote, making appearances in Pittsburgh and Scranton and hold two events in Philadelphia.
” Despite what the Obama campaign wants you to believe, early voting results show President Obama doesn’t have an advantage over Governor Romney.
In fact, Mitt currently leads Barack Obama 52% to 45% among voters who have already cast their ballots.
Poll after poll reports Mitt leading among independents — and 2.5 million independents in battleground states have either voted or have ballots in hand.
Thanks to you, our paid media effort, ground operations, and voter contact programs are fully funded — which will help our momentum even more.
The Republican team has the resources to expand the map in ways that weren’t possible in past cycles — without reducing efforts in other target states.
Despite what the liberals say, it’s clear: Mitt and the Republican team’s plan continues to resonate with voters, volunteers, and donors.
Together, we will win on November 6th,” said Matt Rhoades, Campaign Manager Romney for President, Inc.