Scranton, Lackawanna County- In true last-minute fashion, President Bill Clinton summoned the party base. His speech -- twisting and turning through the economy and jobs -- and on allegations by Governor Romney that the president was colluding with other nations to move auto jobs to china.
President Clinton's visit captured the waning moments of a hard-fought campaign.
Hundreds, roughly close to a thousand, filled Scranton High's auditorium. Among them -- Democratic heavyweights, like Senator Bob Casey, who will continue to seek out votes on Tuesday.
Casey is in a projected neck-and-neck race with Republican Tom Smith.
Clinton's visit caps a day that suddenly brought the presidential race to Pennsylvania.
There's growing evidence and numbers to suggest Pennsylvania may very well be up in the air.
Clinton doubled down on the presidents diplomatic strengths.