ERIE, Pa. - Erie became the political center of Pennsylvania on Friday.
Three leading Republicans for governor were in the city stumping for last-minute votes.

A new Susquehanna Polling & Research poll shows 22 percent of voters, nearly 1-in-4 Republicans voters, are undecided in the race for governor.

State Sen. Scott Wagner leads health care executive Paul Mango. Pittsburgh attorney Laura Ellsworth rounds out the leading candidates.

All of the campaigns attended last night's Erie County Republican Party dinner, making the last pitch to win over voters.

“We're loving where we are, we're loving our momentum and we're looking forward to Election Day,” Ellsworth said following an event at the Bayfront Convention Center.

“Pennsylvania is yearning for leadership, I think I am the candidate who can best bring that, along with Diana Vaughan,” Mango said, also referring to his pick for the lieutenant governor.

“If we're going to get to work on day one for the people of Pennsylvania and turn this ship around, I need a partner,” Bartos reflected on why he chose to run with Wagner. “He said 'I'm not going to leave this to chance. I'm going to pick someone who shares my values.”

The primary election is May 15.