Pennsylvania's Republican candidates for governor and U.S. Senate are forecasting victory on the last day before the election as they urge supporters to continue to work for votes.
Gubernatorial nominee Tom Corbett and Senate nominee Pat Toomey greeted more than 100 supporters at a northeast Philadelphia hotel ballroom rally Monday morning, where Corbett asked the crowd if they'd join the celebration in little more than 35 hours.
Toomey and Corbett are flying to rallies around the state.
Meanwhile, first lady Michelle Obama and former President Bill Clinton will drop in to help Democrats.
Democratic Senate candidate Joe Sestak is campaigning in Philadelphia and its suburbs, while the party's gubernatorial nominee is making his way from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and back.