"Donald Trump is still winning hearts and minds every day and he's going to win all the way to the White House" says Vice Presidential candidate Mike Pence.

A little more than 200 members of the GOP gathered to see Pence Thursday night at the Hotel Bethlehem.

"I'm a long time Republican, I'm a staunch conservative. To be very honest with you I didn't know who I was going to vote for this year," says Mary Ann Messler.

Messler says it was during the vice presidential debate that Governor Pence won her over even though she's not thrilled by the groping comments Trump made in that video with Billy Bush.

"I think however words are a lot less bad than a lot of the things the Clintons have done over the years" says Messler.

John Cahill and his wife admit there's there's been a lot of turmoil in the GOP since many of its leaders aren't backing the Trump ticket. But they hope Trump and Pence can bring home a win in Pennsylvania.

"We've had over 1 million people switch from Democrats to Republicans and they are not being polled simply because they switched so we'll have to see. I think he has a chance" says John Cahill.

Pence asked everyone in attendance to make one last big push to encourage folks in the Keystone State to get out and vote Republican.

"Pennsylvania if we make the right choice I know the people of this Commonwealth and the people of this nation will choose to go back up the hill and they will choose to make America great again" says Pence.