1. Noone holds up Biden t-shirt (PARTIALLY COVERS UPCOMING SOUNDBITE)
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Noone, Biden supporter
"You know, Pennsylvania was a state that hadn't really voted for a Democrat or a Republican since, you know, George H.W. Bush and it was unfortunate that we lost the state this time around and I feel that Joe Biden is someone who has that working middle-class appeal, and he's someone who could bring Pennsylvania back to our camp. And with a unifying message and making America moral again. And, you know, getting rid of all the negativity that currently exists in our politics and he's definitely a good leader to be able to do that."
3. Darling walks into rally (PARTIALLY COVERS UPCOMING SOUNDBITE)
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Christina Darling, Biden supporter
"I think so. I think one of the common threads for people that support Joe Biden are that they want to be a unified country, they don't want all of the hate and all the anger anymore and I think it's a great campaign strategy."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary Bestman, Biden supporter AND Lucy Brooks, Biden supporter
BESTMAN: "Love. Love, not hate. Love Uncle Joe."
BROOKS: "Well I'm not here because I love him. I'm here because of the experience he has got all these years. I'm supporting him because of his past experience. He's been in the Congress for a very long time. So I need him to be my president."
7. People buying Joe Biden merchandise outside rally
"That's correct because we need to unite. We are not supposed to split the country into two is just one America not two Americas. This is the time for us to fight for our rights so we can come together as one body."
Taking his bipartisan message to pivotal Pennsylvania, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is pledging to bridge the deep divide in the country under President Donald Trump and reject the anger that he says is motivating some in his party.
It's a message that appeared to resonate with supporters who arrived for a rally in Philadelphia on Saturday.
"Getting rid of all the negativity that currently exists in our politics and he's definitely a good leader to be able to do that," said Anthony Noone, a Biden supporter who drove five hours to see the former Vice President speak.
"We are not supposed to split the country into two is just one America, not two Americas," said Lucy Brooks, who was born in Liberia and now lives in Pennsylvania.
The 76-year-old native of working-class Scranton, Pennsylvania, has climbed to the front of the crowded primary field, in part by highlighting his ability to compete with Trump in potentially make-or-break states such as Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.