Editor’s Note: NBC10 reached out to the campaign for President Donald Trump to ask for a one-on-one interview to talk directly to Pennsylvania voters but he has not yet granted an interview.
Joe Biden, a native of Scranton, Pennsylvania, and longtime Delaware resident, is hoping to carry the critical battleground state of Pennsylvania.
In a final push to get voters to the polls on Election Day, the Democratic presidential candidate headed to his childhood home in Scranton before coming to Philadelphia where he is spoke live briefly with NBC10’s Lauren Mayk.
“I’m confident that people who didn’t vote last time are showing up to vote, and I feel good about Pennsylvania,” Biden said.
You can watch Biden's full remarks on this page.
He then campaigned in Philly before heading back to Delaware to await election results.
Both Biden and Republican President Donald Trump have put a huge emphasis on winning Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes that could be critical in claiming the presidential race. Trump has visited multiple parts of the state in recent days, including the Philadelphia suburbs.
On Election Day, Trump visited Republican National Committee offices in Virginia where he was applauded by those people trying to get him four more years. Trump is expected to watch election results from the White House Tuesday night.