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>> a valley man going viral. he sells copper coins and tonight strangers are rallying to raise thousands for him. >> the d-backs hoping for a home run. >> can the diamondbacks now manager turn things around. >> 12 news 19 in action for you 12 news at 10:00 starts right now. good evening everyone a live look at the white house on the eve of arguably the most important election of our lifetime. >> it's hard to believe but we are just 8 hours polls opening april anxiety levels are high. let's talk about the latest numbers. donald trump has reclaimed his lead here in arizona. new poll from data orbital shows trump is leading hillary clinton 4 to 44% here in our state more than two-thirds of people surveyed said they already voted. >> now we asked who you think will win the election. our live interactive poll has been going all day and if we
is donald trump leading hillary clinton by a wide margin. you can go by the way there is not scientific but there is a glimpse of how our viewers feel about it. go to 12news.com/your voice to vote. you'll see the final results at the end of the newscast. tonight hillary clinton and donald trump are delivering their closing arguments to america. trump's final rally is in michigan clinton is in north carolina. two states that could prove decisive when the results night. >> bryan moore joins us from washington. >>reporter: big crowds dramatic fluorishes and one last chance to change history on the final night of the long run for the white house. in philadelphia's independence hall the president who broke
glass ceiling. >> i believe with all my heart that america's best days are still ahead of us. if we reach for them together. >>reporter: bruce springsteen bon jovi and lady gaga helped clinton close out her campaign. trump wrapped a frenetic five state swing from florida to michigan sounding more upbeat than the polls show trailing clinton. >> we're leading in michigan. we're heading in new hampshire, we're leading in ohio, we're leading in iowa. we're leading in north carolina. >>reporter: the end of a grueling 18 month campaign down to a choice between two candidates. one of them will be our next president decision day for america. the candidates head to new york to await the results and not just of their own race. next president will have to
divided nation. bryan moore nbc news, washington. and tonight meanwhile activists with promise arizona here in phoenix are holding an overnight prayer vigil outside the maricopa county recorders office making sure everybody knows where to go to vote and also to encourage people to report any voter intimidation. throughout this election we've been asking our 12 news viewers to come together for a daily voter the issues that matter most. >> tonight a panel of four women discuss what they hope will come from this election. the live alert center with their answers ryan. >>reporter: four women with very different viewpoints on the issues. none of them absolutely love the candidate they are voting for but still a decision needs to be made. >> my name is stacey and i'm
vote are to hillary c. >> my name is gina i'm voting for donald trump. >> my name is monica i'm voting for hillary clinton. >> two of you ladies are going to be disappointed when you wake up on wednesday morning. >> isn't that the truth. >> are we going to accept what happens? >> i don't think i have a choice. i have to. i'm not moving so one of the things i think that i can do is just work to affect positive change. >> if hillary wins we're going to have which again we're middle america i'm a stay at home mom. i don't know what more to address. >> we have four women sitting here one of the biggest parts of hillary clinton's campaign against donald trump is the way that he talks to and about women. >> i'm not trying to sound like i support some of the things he said but honestly it's nothing new i haven't heard before from another guy. >> the men i hang around with don't talk like that. for me it's disrespectful.
somewhere and if i have to take his derogatory comments a little bit to fix this budget and fix this country i think he's learned from those mistakes. >> other than the candidate you're voting for not winning what's the scariest thing in your mind. >> that we can't find a way as a nation to pull back and to really start listening to each other again. >> is the rest of my life and my daughter's life going to be like my life? you know, running out and playing outside riding not having to worry about isis or i don't, mommy daddy can't afford this because 90% of our paycheck is going to healthcare. >> that continue will continue to be kind of nonfunctional so that's my big fear. actually work together they compromise they come up with ideas they brain storm they get creative. >> that people will take that passion regardless of who wins and move forward to change
helped them understand where each others coming from but guys it was nice to hear that the four remaining positive regardless of who wins on tuesday. in the live alert center ryan cold he 12 news at 10:00. >> ryan thanks. after months and months of campaigning all that's left now is to vote and then wait for the results. >> so what is it really like for the candidates tonight? well 12 news reached out to maricopa county sheriff joe arpaio and challenger paul penzone in their minds. >> kevin kennedy is live in the newsroom with a glimpse at the final hours before the big vote tomorrow. >>reporter: i spoke with the campaign for both sheriff arpaio and paul penzone. penzone camp declined our request telling us their candidate was laying low tonight and going to his happy place i did spend part of the afternoon with sheriff joe
sheriff joe arpaio reflecting the past 24 years he's been maricopa county's top cop. >> i still have something left to offer. that's why i'm running again. >>reporter: less than 24 hours before his #th general election spending monday night at his office. >> i couldn't do anything different. i'm here working. you don't see me out campaigning. >>reporter: unlike most of us every four years voters decide if sheriff joe will keep or lose his job. >> if the people don't back, hey i'm a senior citizen. i'll see my wife more. >>reporter: election eve is different for every candidate. challenger paul penzone opting to lay low spending time with family and friends his campaign telling us he would not speak until tuesday night. arpaio is talking and admitting he's anxious. >> i'm nervous a little. because i want to win and continue on. but if i don't it's not the end of the world but i expect to win.
can't come soon enough. >> i'd like to get it over about with. you're in flux in a way i'm trying to run this organization. >>reporter: 'tis the life a politician. once again 12 news did reach out to paul penzone for this story but was told he would not be available until tomorrow night. as for arpaio he admits he's anxious but prefers voters rather than bureaucrats deciding his fate. kevin kennedy 1 news at 10:00. kevin thank you for that. don't forget 12 news is source for complete coverage during tomorrow's decision night in america and hair in arizona. so join us for 12 news first at 4:00 and then a special early edition of nbc nightly news with lester holt at 4:30. nbc news complete coverage for the race for the where's will begin 5:00 our time and you'll see the latest of any problems at the polls and local results every half here on 12 news. you can get realtime coverage on 12 news.com and
us for 12 news at 10:00 tomorrow night. we will be 100% commercial free. also trending tonight a massive social media search is underway right now to find an arizona man spotted selling his collectibles on the side of the roads. take a look this photo. it was posted on a good fund me page for the man and he has no idea strangers are rallying together to raise money for him. team 12 objen movement. >>reporter: everyone we spoke to only flew the elderly man by his first name didn't know whether he lived. the only way to let him know about all the money he's evidence find him working at his usual spot. >> i saw this elderly man ross crossing over the overpass on the 51 in the middle of summer pushing his wheelchair and walk. had lights on his walker he had a sign that said cop are
have to be out here in the this phoenix heat weekly like this. the a daily fixture on the northeast commute. the more she saw of him the more her curiosity brew. then a hot day in from so i stopped picked up a bombs of water it's time for me to hear his story there's a reason why he's here. paul and his copper coins in their usual cactus. >> he moved here with his wife 36 worries and they have tkpwhr- pb 54 years and he does this to make extra money. he mosted her story online it's going viral with thousands of dollars pouring into a good fund me account for people wants to help. the churches chicken sign goes off most nights. pie letter warm about 4 years
meet. tonight paul didn't though show zoey may still not know about his sudden wind fall. i'm finding out the more the story has grope. up they have driven past him and have never stopped. now they know his story. and those who not know paul sea they have going to come out every single night find and talk to him. ask anyone who monique at 10:00. >> aim brand, the snl stars roots in the valley. and how she got her star infer about break of a lifetime. >> you chase caught on camera coming to a crashing conclusions a plan finds his long lost wedding ring in the strangest places. the d-backs rookie manager can
here's some more hot headlines happening across the country. authorities have found a third
body on the property of todd kohlhepp, the south carolina real estate agent accused of kidnapping and murder. kohlhepp was arrested last week on suspicion of keeping a woman in chains on his farm and he allegedly confessed to a series of killings.
raped a woman here in arizona 30 years ago. investigators say he could be checked to at least 7 homicides. they found at least two bodies so far and their checking other properties he's owned inside and outside the state. >> a stolen car chase in la last night ends with a violent crash. the speeding car mercedes, the driver possibly armed with a handgun. aerial foot an caught the driver nearly colliding with several vehicles on surfa into a divider the suspect was taken into custody. >> australian police make an unusual find a baby koala inside of a suspect's backpack. now the woman page arrested for an outstanding warrant. she says she found the 6 month oiled male koala a couple of days ago and she had been caring for. the baby koala is healthy and has been named from fred.
whole pack aj. bright funny talented and by the way she happens to be from phoenix. >> these days amy bryant is one of the biggest stars on saturday night live but what was her journey like to get there? >> earlier this year i flew to morning with took time out of her busy schedule to talk to us. >> it's saturday night live with amy brand. >> for about as long as she can refer. phoenix a a star. i i'm going to say year with more. >> i did like a teen improv group through arizona jewish theater company. that's where i first started going comedy i felt pore comfortable there than doing plays. i was kind of like trying to pursue that.
group second stilt. >> it was recommend yes i was performing when lauren and the producers came and saw me. so, it's totally my hub. >> but then one night after catching one of her shows in chicago. legendary snl producer lauren michaels gave a d a call that changed her life. >> after they saw me want to you stand where the host gives the mono log and you do your five minutes. i'm getting nervous just hearing you i. reliving it i'm getting stressed. >> i look cute. >> oh, my god every year. >> a little bit surreal standing on the stage that you had watched as a kid
>> toldly. yeah. every i am equally as excited, less nervous but still as excited. of pop hi my friends it's your bud amy bryant. sow so now she's a pictures on snl does she feel like a norm error is she still a phoenix girl at harp. >> what about cell phone is it 602 or 212. >> 602 >> i love that. i love that. we're counting down with jimmy with 16 minutes to go until the knife show i off get stars tonight are bill march and the chicago bulbs -p many the city miss its a celebrated us win with consider talks day plaster. they have trash for pore po he.
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we want to give you one last look from the results of live enter active poll. again there is not i don't know scientific but it is a snapshot how our viewers feel you can see that donald trump has almost doubled hillary clinton's 63-37% we'll see how different that is tomorrow and if arizona when the votes are counted. >> we shall see. tomorrow is the day. and don't forget 12 news is your source for complete coverage during tomorrow's decision night in america and of course here if arizona. join us for 12 news first at 4:00 then a special early edition of nbc nightly news with let's they are holt
i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona
deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
physical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- bill maher. world series champions,