Mitt Romney's oldest son, Tagg, made a campaign stop on Sunday afternoon at the Upper Dublin Township Building.
Montgomery County Republican Committee Chairman, Bob Kerns, began the afternoon by telling gathered supporters, "Do not believe the newspapers." He said the pollsters have the presidential race in Pennsylvania "dead even" and called it "a neck and neck, dead even race."
Kerns was positive that Montgomery County will turn out the vote on the republican side of the ticket, saying, "We are going to win this race. … We're going to win Montgomery County this year."
Rep. Todd Stephens, (R-151), said there "is no doubt about it," that Montgomery County and Pennsylvania are still in play during this campaign. He noted how often both campaigns are visiting not only the state, but the county.
He continued that Americans will make a very clear decision on which way they want to move the country during this election. Stephens said the Romney plan will raise everyone up.
Stephens also cited a few numbers: that volunteers have made seven times more phone calls during this campaign than during 2008, and have knocked on 1 million more doors. In Pennsylvania alone, volunteers have made eight times more phone calls than 2008 and have knocked on 430,000 this campaign season alone.
"We are excited…about this [election]," said Stephens.
Tom Murt (R-152), said, "Our country…can't [endure] four more years of failed policies."
He said the Romney plan will deliver tangible benefits for all Americans by protecting intellectual property rights, improving the Keystone Pipeline and more.
Kate Harper (R-61), said Pennsylvania has passed a budget every year and has been careful not to raise taxes in the state. She added that it isn't easy, but it is possible to balance a budget without raising taxes.
She continued that it's time to "elect a new CEO for America."
Harper said every generation of Americans have been told that their God given talents will help them to succeed in this country. However, she continued, that Americans have lost the conifence in America's own ingenuity to succeed.
That's why we can't take four more years of the economy that we have now, she said.
Harper said she believes that President Obama truly wants to solve the economy, but doesn't know how.
Tagg Romney began by telling those gathered something his wife told him: "There is nothing more important for our kids' future than getting your dad elected."
He continued that there could not be two more different visions for the country than during this year's election. Romney said his father's plan would lower taxes for the middle class and cut back on needless regulation.
"Small businesses…really struggle with regulation," said Romney.
"Its time for a positive change," he continued.
Romney said there are two big reasons to elect his father: he is competent, qualified, and experienced and because, "he's a really good person."
Romney said his father spent 25 years in the private sector. "He knows how to fix things, he knows how to get things done," said Romney.
He continued that his father, "Is a deeply caring, loving man," and is running for president because he knows he can fix the problems of this country.