By Steve Patterson

IVYLAND, Pa. (CBS) – Election 2014 is hours away and incumbent Republican Governor Tom Corbett is trying to keep his job.

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As Corbett continues to trail Democrat Tom Wolf, both candidates hit the campaign trail Sunday — Corbett with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

“I’m going to tell you what’s going to happen Tuesday night. Four more years,” Christie said.

Corbett says he is in a dogfight and needs every vote he can get as Republicans rallied.

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The state of Pennsylvania wants someone with honesty and integrity, there’s only one choice in this race and it’s Tom Corbett,” Christie said.

At a diner in Springfield, one of Corbett’s stops, he said the race is closer than you think and adds he won’t raise taxes:

“I want to try to keep our taxes reasonable for the people of Pennsylvania.”

At end of his speech, Christie even thanked Obama for showing up in Philadelphia, saying Obama’s numbers are so bad nationally, he is actually helping the Republicans by showing his support for Wolf.

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