Just four days. That's all the time candidates have left to fight for voters to give them a chance to represent Erie County. Erie County Republican Party Chairman Verel Salmon says the party has been busier than ever in these last days, with more volunteers coming in to help than ever before.
Friday night was the "Rally Before the Tally" for Republicans. Representatives Mike Kelly and Glenn Thompson were at the event, speaking with voters. Congressman Thompson said these last days are all about helping undecided voters, making their choice.
"They kind of reaffirms for folks who have made up their minds, and for the few that have not yet, its time. Its time to make a decision."
Republicans in town are using the momentum of presidential hopeful Mitt Romney. His numbers have been on the rise in Pennsylvania. Congressman Mike Kelly says its because people are worried about the future.
"The momentum is swinging. I think right now there's such a great concern for our country, the future of our country and the trajectory of our debt it over-whelming. People are truly worried now and just want to get it fixed."
Congressman Kelly said voters can help get it fixed, if they to the polls on November 6 and vote the way their heart tells them.