For months, Pennsylvania has not been a player in the 2012 race for the White House. President Obama has held a strong lead in the polls and Mitt Romney went three months between visits to the state.
Is that changing?
Recent polls show the race getting closer in the Keystone State, with a new Quinnipiac University survey showing only a four point edge for the President, down from a 12 point advantage in late September.
"Gov. Mitt Romney is coming on strong in the Keystone State, especially among white Catholics," said Tim Malloy of Quinnipiac.
Malloy said the poll found that Pennsylvania voters thought Vice President Biden won the Veep debate last week, but that it did not have an impact on their overall vote.
The Real Clear Politics poll average now gives the President a 5 point lead - he has led in 35 of the last 36 polls in Pennsylvania, but the margins have come down since the immediate aftermath of the Democratic convention.
The one caveat for Romney out of this poll is that only 7 percent of like voters in Pennsylvania say they might change their mind before Election Day.
So far, the Romney campaign has not shown any hint of making a late play for Pennsylvania, though Ann Romney was there on Monday.
Mitt Romney last stopped in the Keystone State in late September; his last visit before that was in July.