The vice-presidential candidate hammered President Obama at the rally for not delivering during his time in office.
"This is not what a recovery looks like. The President came into office saying he'd bring a bipartisan climate to Washington. That he'd cut the deficit in half, that he'd get people back to work. It didn't work," Ryan said to the crowd.
Ryan wasn't the only one stumping in PA Saturday. Mitt Romney's sons Tagg and Ben held get out the vote events in State College, Mechanicsburg, and York.
"We are in worse shape after four years of Barack Obama. Unemployment is higher than when he came into office, debt is higher, trillions of dollars of debt," said Governor Tom Corbett at the York event.
Polls show Obama leads in PA, but the Romney camp will fight for the Keystone State right up until Election Day.
"Let's wake up on Wednesday morning the 7th of November and look at the moment as a time we got it right and we got our country back on the right track," Ryan said.
Mitt Romney will hold a rally in Yardley, PA on Sunday.