JOE Biden was mobbed by supporters outside his childhood home in Scranton, Pennsylvania, today — with just hours to go before the polls close in the US.
While visiting the battleground state on Election Day, Biden wrote on the living room wall of his old house: "From This House To The White House With The Grace of God."
Biden stopped outside the house with his granddaughters before going inside.
The candidate said that while visiting the modest house, he was thinking about his late mother.
He told the crowd mobbed outside that “It’s good to be home!” — to which supporters fired back: "We love you, Joe!”
Photos shared by reporters on Tuesday show that inside the home, Biden signed a bedroom wall of the same house when he ran for president in 2008.
"I Am Home," the former vice president wrote more than a decade ago.
Pennsylvania is a fiercely contested battleground state.
If Biden wins there, rival incumbent President Donald Trump would have a narrow path to victory.
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