Presidential nominees go all-out on final day of campaigning

Presidential nominees go all-out on final day of campaigning

Presidential nominees go all-out on final day of campaigning (11/7/16)

WASHINGTON - It’s an all-out battle for the presidential candidates on the final day of campaigning.

Donald Trump will be appearing in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Michigan and Florida.

Hillary Clinton isn't campaigning in as many states, but the nominee will be in Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina.

Trump started his day in Sarasota, an area of Florida considered to be one of the most fought-over battlegrounds in a state both candidates see as a must-win. 

According to early voting, Trump is on track to do well there.

Clinton is vowing to work until the very last vote is counted with the FBI investigation into her emails now lifted.

She told reporters she wants to be president for both those who vote for her and those who don't.

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