Republican VP hopeful Paul Ryan spoke before a cheering crowd of several thousand people Saturday afternoon in a hangar at Harrisburg International Airport.
Ryan talked about Mitt Romney's five point plan to grow the economy, which focuses in part on energy independence.
"We have so much energy in this country," Ryan said. "Let's use that energy in this country, put people back to work...coal, gas, oil."
Ryan said America can't afford to wait four more years for change. The crowd chanted "three more days" through much of the rally.
"And we're not going to spend the next four years blaming other people," Ryan said. "We're going to take responsibilities and clean up this mess in Washington."
For most of the campaign season, it did not appear that the Mitt Romney campaign would make any visits to Pennsylvania. But as the polls got closer, the campaign decided to send in the candidates.
"Let's wake up on Wednesday morning the 7th of November and look at the moment as a time we got it right and we got our country right," said Ryan.
The stop was actually Ryan's second campaign appearance of the day. He opened the day in Ohio and from Pennsylvania he moved on to Virginia and then to Florida.