(CNN) - Just one day before President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden head to a DNC rally near a Philadelphia school, the CNN Express stopped in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to take the political pulse of the city.
Pennsylvania will play a key role in the midterm elections, where a tight Senate race is currently underway. The latest CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation poll shows Republican Senate nominee Pat Toomey with a single digit lead over Democratic Rep. Joe Sestak.
While the election is still a few weeks away, voters in Harrisburg have one thing on their mind: jobs.
"I'm more concerned about the little guy, me," said Jill Uler of Mechanicsburg, Pa. "I'm unemployed myself and temping but looking for full-time work."
One Harrisburg resident said she still hasn't chosen a candidate, but that the economy will be a deciding factor in her decision.
"Even though we're out of a recession it doesn't seem to be turning around," she said.
She also expressed frustration over recent attack ads between the two campaigns.
"Everyone that's running seems to be saying 'oh this person didn't do this or failed you as a state or city,' but no one is offering actual solutions to the problem."