Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will visit Bucks County just two days before Election Day, the Morning Call reported Thursday night.
Reporter Colby Itkowitz of the Morning Call's Washington, D.C. bureau wrote the visit is "the strongest evidence yet of Romney making a last-second play for the state."
"Until now, Romney largely has ignored Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral college votes on the belief that the Democrat-leaning state could not be swayed. Fresh polls have shown the race tightening," Itkowitz reported.
As of Thursday night, the Real Clear Politics polling average had President Barack Obama leading Romney 49 to 44 in Pennsylvania.
Romney's running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan, will campaign in Harrisburg this weekend.
Romney campaigned in Valley Forge several weeks ago and began airing a TV commercial in Pennsylvania this week targeting President Obama's stance on the coal industry.