Today is Thursday 30 October and only 5 days remain before Election Day!
Sadly this morning I leave my home state and the state which continues to be a 'battleground' in this year's election to make the 8 hour drive to Cincinnati, Ohio where I will meet up with Malcolm, a British political activist.
This is because only 1 day remains before my blogging takes a back seat to filming.
I came to America one week ago to make a documentary film about the election through the eyes of a non-American who is interested and involved and has travelled from London to 'Get Out The Vote' for Obama. I spent this week getting my feet wet by having conversations with people on my travels from Newark to Queens to Long Island to Pennsylvania.
Now the real work begins.
So farewell Keystone state, and thank you to all of the people I've met out on the street who were willing to share their political opinions for the sake of this project.
And a big thank you to my family who has tolerated a very distracted visitor these past few days.
So many people right now are obsessed with the polls.
But yesterday at the Bill Clinton Rally, one of the Pennsylvania dignitaries tasked to warm up the crowd said something that really stuck with me - Polls don't vote, people do!
So make sure you and your friends turn up at the polls on Election Day. And if you are not American, make sure you put pressure on all those you know!
An unprecedented voter turnout is expected so why don't you see if you can vote early?
About this time before elections there is usually talk of voter fraud. And unfortunately it's no different this year. But Video The Vote is an interesting organisation which has popped up to try and prevent this.
If you have some time available on Election Day, why not sign up to volunteer?
Make sure to check out the photographs, videos and interviews I collected at the Bill Clinton Rally yesterday in the right hand column of this blog before you sign off.