By Kim Glovas

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — The candidates for Pennsylvania governor were criss-crossing the state today, stumping for every last vote they can get before tomorrow’s election.

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Gov. Tom Corbett, the incumbent Republican, was at a museum in West Chester for an appearance with a lot of local GOP supporters.

His message to the voters:

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“We told that we were going to have fiscal discipline, limited government, and free enterprise. And we kept that fiscal discipline, and we kept within our means.”

Meanwhile, Democratic challenger Tom Wolf was in Lancaster, Pa., visiting small businesses. He said he feels good about Election Day and the gubernatorial race.

Wolf says his campaign message remains the same: that this race is about education, jobs, and fairness.

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