tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 6, 2016 10:00am-11:01am EST
>> now, on newscenter 5 eyeopener. antoinette: breaking overnight. a multi car crash sends six people to the hospital. the video and the details just in this morning. doug: frightening moments at a donald trump rally. the candidate rushed off the stage by secret service agents. an exclusive interview wth man who sparked the incident. antoinette: caught in the crossfire. a three year old child wounded when gunfire breaks out in the middle of the day. >> this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. antoinette: is it feel like 11:00 in the morning? [laughter] antoinette: good morning, it is 10:00 on your sunday november 6th. i'm antoinette antonio. doug: and i'm doug meehan.
kelly ann: it is slow to budge for some of us will enough the coast enough to the cape right now we are seeing some lingering showers. most of us heading out seeing dry conditions in place for areas of western of the sun breaking out already this morning. right now, we see bright yellow and orange colors. that indicate some ice pellets as it falls along the cape right now. mostly along with light drizzle. at this point it will continue to push south and eastward and eventually attracts more drizzle later this afternoon. here is a live look in worcester what we see that sun trying to peek to the heavy cloud deck. the wind already starting to strengthen and 13 miles per hour. that is making it feel like 39 degrees. that windchill factor will be a factor throughout the entire
hours is slowly inching towards the upper 40's and not much warmer than that. doug: thank you. we are following two breaking stories on the eye. a woman is dead and 5 others hurt after a rollover crash in westport. state police say the driver was on route 195 when she went off the road, hit a median barrier and rolled over on to the other side of the highway. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the other victims are being treated for non life threatening antoinette: injuries. breaking overnight in boston a egleston square around midnight. boston ems says the victims are all being treated for injuries that are not considered life threatening, boston police are investigating. >> i am a republican i wanted to voice my displeasure with the nominee this party picked. so i went there with a simple
by several people at once. antoinette: a trump protestor knocked to the ground as agents swooped in a rushed the gop nominee off the stage that many just heard from austyn crites says he was no plant and not paid to attend the rally. doug: the eye's juli mcdonald with new information about the incident. >> and apparent protester at donald trump's rally. but what happened next a least panic in the arena as the secret service detail rushed him off the stage. a man in a blue sweater was tackled and removed from the venue. they released a statement saying the commotion began when someone yelled "gun." no weapon was ever found. as their campaigns wind down -- >> i want to be the president
>> hillary and her specialists would rob our country blind. >> the early votes poured into florida and nevada across the country 37 million votes have already been cast in 39 states. for hillary clinton after friday's performance katy perry was saying her song at this concert in philadelphia. high note. antoinette: listen to this, clinton's campaign has been $260 million in television advertising to election a trump clinton that was a $10 billion has invested $93 million. that is according to data collected by cantor media. antoinette: today the candidates are barnstorming key states. donald trump will make stops in iowa, minnesota, michigan, pennsylvania and virginia. while hillary clinton will be
before heading to manchester, new hampshire. we have the presidential candidates covered on election night. both will be in new york city, and so will newscenter 5. jc monahan will be at trump headquarters and ben simmoneau will be with the clinton camp . their live reports start tuesday afternoon. doug: right now no arrests in brockton, after a 3 year old was hit by a bullet. gunfire erupted in his neighborhood, just as a peace rally was wrapping up nearby. the eye's nicole estaphan spoke for their safety. >> you can see the whole right here when the bullet went into the family living room. yet told the little boy wasn't in the living room he was in the kitchen about 12 feet away. >> the image heartbreaking, a boy being taken away on a stretcher after being shot by a stray bullet. >> i was just sitting here enjoying myself with a friend of mine.
about six rounds go off. >> this happened in brockton. >> i couldn't believe this was happening again. >> you can see were one of those bullets went into the first floor of a triple-decker. inside several children, a three-year-old was hit. she heard the shots but at first was confused. >> he was crying and holding his leg. i checked them and didn't see any blood. then and finally i pull it up. >> that you realize the boy was bleeding. >> that is something unusual. >> she quickly gather the other children and called for help. several stray bullet striking unintended targets including two very visible bullet holes in this mail truck. family members tell us that boy is home resting and doing well. antoinette: a violent weekend in
a man in his mid 20's was shot and killed while sitting in his car on nazing street saturday. the shooter ran off. police are still tracking down witnesses and leads in that case. just a few hours earlier another deadly shooting this one near bentham road. police say they were called out for a report of gunshots but found no victim at the scene. that's when they learned the victim managed to get himself to the hospital but he did not survive. police believe both shootings are gang related. doug: facing animal cruelty charges after allegedly shooting his neighbor's dog. 39 year old colton skorpan of mason tells police he felt threatened when the dog was running towards him and his 6 year old son. he claims the dog, named travis is aggressive and has had issues in the past. police say travis is lucky to be alive the bullet missed all of his vital organs. >> anytime somebody is using a firearm it is the absolute last resort.
any and all other options before you use the firearm. doug: skorupan turned himself in to police. antoinette: the man accused in the hit and run of a billerica police officer has turned himself in. police 28 year old eric oblenis is facing charges including assault and battery. the incident happened friday night in a drug store parking lot. police say the officer allegedly saw oblenis injecting something into his arm as he walked up to the minivan. that's when he says oblenis trie d dragging the officer. that officer is recovering from minor injuries. doug: a live look outside in needham. in reminder to drivers route 123 in needham is closed. crews are working to take down the island avenue bridge. just keep that in mind. also for those driving locally able affect you as well.
doug: first harvard's men soccer team making lewd comments. antoinette: now a second ivy league team accused of similar behavior. also a stunning twist surrounding the suspect in a distrubing kidnapping case out of south carolina. what he is telling police about a cold case as deputies identify the body found on his property. doug: a sign of hope in new york. an officer shot friday released from the hospital. pl police officer killed. kelly ann: cooler air moving in today along with some stubborn clouds. plus i'm timing a chance for some wet weather midweek. >> a half hour of news at the top of the hour, newscenter 5 at 4:00.
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police in south carolina are investigating disturbing new revelations into the man accused of holding a woman captive. antoinette: the sheriff says the suspect has confessed to murdering as many as seven people. the sheriff says todd kohlepp knew details of the case no one else would have known. >> i am happy to report because my got entered his prayers. we served warrants today with a confession that he did this crime. antoinette: investigators arrested kohlhepp afte30 in a storage container last week. she and her boyfriend, charlie carver disappeared months ago, police identified carver's remains yesterday. >> now, your stormteam 5 forecast. doug: i guess there is getting around it we are in november. kelly ann: it has to cool down sometime. if you like 40 degrees we're hovering right around there.
going to pick up. that could make it feel cooler as your head up this afternoon. take a look at what is going on right now we do have stubborn showers making their way right now along the south shore and moving on to the cape bringing some light but cool rainfall: at that we are seeing some reports of some snow falling. but we see this yellow color moving to the ad is some snow mixing this morning. you can see this is making a fast progression along the cape pushing south and eastward. at this point we see that first initial band make it's way off the coast and we want what is next as we do see some areas of moisture further up the pipeline to bring areas of drizzle for later this afternoon. this will be more east of 495 this afternoon in the evening as
along the coastline. temperatures right now are in the 40's. boston just about 47 degrees. the thing is our water temperature is quite a bit warmer. that is why we are talking about the ocean affect on some of the clouds and the chance of rain as we move along the coastline for today. the wind could gust up to 20 miles per hour today making those 50 degree highs for more like the 40's. ths degrees as well in land. that is what we see a few more 40's on the board especially moving up towards western mass. showing the clouds clearing out on 495 westward. however, to the east of the clouds linger. that brings a chance of drizzle really for much of the day. also moving up to the cape as well.
we will see things trying out regionwide and that will lead us into a dryer start for your monday morning. that will lead us into a decent start to hour workweek. here is a look at that seven-day forecast. we have cool conditions for your monday tuesday it's election day the sunshine breaks out and we get those temperatures a bit warmer as well. as we head into wednesday we see those clouds move back into the area. that normal. with this nice warm-ups moving in for tuesday but by wednesday that starts to return. that is how we get things started into the 50's could even see some spot showers for wednesday afternoon and evening. the rest of the seven-day forecast looking relatively dry especially thursday we see some bright sunshine in place with highs in the mid 50's. not far off to where we should be at the some of the year.
chance of some snowflakes. antoinette: it is that time of the year again. [laughter] antoinette: checking some of the other stories we are following right now. doug: a second harvard university team accused of making lewd comments about female players. the harvard crimson reporting the men's cross country team created crude scouting reports about the women's team. in certain spreadsheets, the men added comments about the women's physical appearance. harvard's men's soccer team was suspended for the rest of the engaging in similar behavior. police in new jersey are on the scene of a deadly stabbing. investigators say a woman and two children are dead several others are hurt after they were attacked in a newark home. police say many of the victims are members of the same family. the prosecutor's office says police are searching for a person of interest in connection with yesterday's attack. a vigil for a fallen police officer. hundreds of new yorkers gathered
in the bronx friday. that as another officer injured in that shooting is released from the hospital. sergeant emmanuel kwo is recovering from a gunshot wound to his leg. police say the officers confronted an armed suspect after he had broken into his estranged wife's home. the suspect opened fire and was killed in the shoot out. doug: take a good look at your tv screen right now. reading police are searching for a bank robber. police released this surveillance photo of the suspect who held up the td bank branch on main street yesterday afternoon. demanded money from the teller but did not appear to be armed. he ran off with an unknown amount of cash. >> now, he was bob halloran with sportscenter 5 powered by xfinity. bob: it is the tale of two brothers skating in different directions. the bruins has gone 26 games without a point in was a healthy scratch last night. while the rangers kevin hayes is
pride these days. bruins home after four on the road the second goal of the year. up 1-0. things went south quickly. tying it up right there, then watch this. on the power play the rangers have the breakaway. he beats that to make it 2-1. it is kevin the rangers go on to beat the bruins 5-2 they host a buffalo tomorrow. no patriots today but the celtics are home against the denver nuggets tonight. al horford it's out with a concussion for the second straight game post-up kelly olynyk will make his season debut. doug: thank you. just a senior in high school this week's a plus student has been running a non profit organization for eleven years.
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awards and accolades. and wowing teachers and administrators in lawrence academy where she is a senior. >> they say you what? you run your own nonprofit? >> spending countless hours maintaining a full load of honors classes. taylor goodman leong's kindness generosity and years of selfless giving make her this week' know an exceptional student worthy of an a plus? submit a nomination right now at wcvb.com just click as seen on. this is something she is involved in that take several hours out of her week. she still going strong and plans on continuing it through college. doug: they amaze us every single day. antoinette: absolutely. it could be a trick or it could be a treat. doug: but this next story ends
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kelly ann: rain still lingers on the cape but for many of us we're starting to see a break for some downtown boston is dry but cloudy with temperatures right now in the mid to upper 40's. we see some of that son trying to break through. we see temperatures mainly about 45 degrees at this point. moving truck the day tracking that trance of drizzle along the coast and moving on to the cape. much of the day with some of that son still looking to break out. took the next 24 hours the wind is going to be a factor. right now we are seeing winds gusting up to 15 miles per hour wind gusts up to 20 can't be ruled out. that will make temperatures feel even cooler. you're watching tuesday looking sunny and quite a bit warmer than today.
doug: or maybe we should say tweet? a college student tweeted this picture of an apology note someone left it when they stole a kit kat bar from his car. kit kat saw the tweet and gave him thousands of candy bars which he shared with his classmates. he says he wants the thief to come forward so he can give them a big hug and a lot of kit kats. antoinette: i just love that note. doug: how hungry was that person? election day now just two days away. antoinette: that's sending some of the biggest names in bay state politics to new hampshire. how they're hoping to tip the balance. and following that breaking news from boston. at least five cars involved in a crash in roxbury's egelston square. six people are being treated at the hospital for non life threatening injuries. doug: 45 degrees in partly sunny out there in worcester.
>> now, under center five eyeopener. kelly ann: midweek showers. highlights just ahead. doug: breaking overnight several people sent to the hospital after a multi car crash. the details coming in from roxbury right now. antoinette: a deadly fire in boston. the warning from neighbors just days before. doug: massachusetts politicians making a pre election blitz in new hampshire. the question now are they swaying voters? >> you are watching wcvb boston's news leader. good morning, this is newscenter
check your clocks it is 1030. antoinette: we are here with kelly ann, if you like the temperatures outside right now that is pretty much what you are getting all day. kelly ann: that is as good as it is going to get. we have some drizzle chances today. we'll get through it. here's a look at what is going on overhead right now. we do have light rain lingering mainly on the cape at this point. this is bringing some coolness temperatures mainly in the 40's right now. most of us are dry moving westward. on the cape we see those light and colder showers moving through. right now yellow and orange colors moving through. that is indicating we're seeing some snow pallets mixing in with the rain. a lot of this isn't falling but we're keeping an eye on it.
not those win the discerning to pick up as well. the good news for worcester we stay mainly dry for today. we are seeing some of that son breaking through. temperatures right now in the mid 40's. i have a look at that rain later today coming up. antoinette: thank you. we're following breaking news from westport. doug: a woman is dead and 5 others hurt after a rollover crash. state police say the driver was on route 195 when she rolled over to the other side. she was pronounced dead at the scene. treated for non life threatening injuries. antoinette: also breaking boston police are investigating a crash involving at least five cars in egleston square. boston ems says 6 people were taken to the hospital some of the victims are children. none of the injuries are life threatening. doug: a scare at a donald trump rally in reno, nevada. secret service agents rushed the
someone in the crowd yelled gun. agents grabbed a protestor but no gun was found. trump did return to the podium and finished his speech. antoinette: a deadly fire rips through a home in roxbury. smoke pouring from the building on george street. fire officials say that building collapsed, one victim killed inside. as the eye's juli mcdonald tells us several neighbors are displaced right now. >> i overheard loud banging on the door. >> credit neighbors rent door-to-door >> i looked up and saw an inferno. >> boston fire said one man was killed. because it was fully engulfed, firefighters were unable to do
>> their human being, i don't care that's what i was worried about. >> they were displaced from their homes because of the damage. this mother is relieved they got out safely but it's also heartbroken about what was lost to flooding. >> everything was in the basement. my valuables pictures, a lot of things were down there. it is gone. firefighter spent hours combing to the collapsed and debris. this as hb home. >> it is crazy for some and to happen so close to you. you see it on tv and get neutral about it. when you see it for real it comes back. >> neighbors told me boston firefighters were here immediately. there was a second person rushed to the hospital with serious burns and the still recovering.
2016 now a new abc washington post poll has hillary clinton five points ahead of gop rival donald trump. 40% -- 48% of voters surveyed prefer clinton to trump's 43 percent that after running dead even last week. clinton has benefited from more united support from non white voters as well as with pure political independents who do not lean toward either party. some of the biggest names in massachusetts politics are blitzing new hampshire this weekend. they're hoping to tip the nc state races, including the race for president. newscenter 5's david bienick tells us how effective they're likely to be. >> ? happy birthday ? >> governor charlie baker birthday gift to chris sununu, a high-profile handshake and a campaign stop in his race for new hampshire governor. >> why should people in new hampshire kerley basted
hampshire used to live in massachusetts. >> at a get out the vote rally, senator elizabeth moran is made so many recent trip to new hampshire can she even keep count? >> no, but it is been fun every time. >> mayor marty walsh stumping for clinton in manchester. >> pounded my time here, nobody said that yet. >> they are used to being invaded by out-of-state sarah gets including their southern neighbor -- surrogates, including their southern neighbors. every basted politician in new hampshire this week and there are hundreds if not thousands of average massachusetts it here standing on street corners and knocking on doors. >> i'm just giving my opinion. we're all entitled. >> did you come in from massachusetts?
from new hampshire for people coming here telling them had a vote? that is the risk of both sides are willing to take if it makes a difference in a swing state that could decide so much. antoinette: apologies from new hampshire republicans after a crude joke about hillary clinton. here's what former governor john sununu said at a donald trump rally on friday. >> you think to hillary when he said "i did not have sex with tha twoman? [laughter] antoinette: his son chris is now running for governor and denounced the comment, saying his father has apologized. >> by father made a very crass joke and he apologized for a full to democrat will do everything they and you cannot talk about issues in the substance of the campaign.
and hitting me personally. antoinette: sununu is running against democrat colin van ostern. they are trying to replace outgoing democratic governor maggie hassan who is running for senate. tomorrow just one day before election day president obama will rally students at unh. he will hold a get out the vote event at the university. the president plans to lay out his support for hillary clinton and her vision for america. the rally begins at 3:00. doug: today parents, teachers and community leaders from several north shore cities and towns will rally against the expansion of charter schools. critics say question twoe successful local district public schools. supporters, including governor charlie baker say it gives students enrolled in failing schools a chance for a better education. the rally begins at 1:00 this afternoon in revere. newscenter 5 has you covered early on election night join us starting at 4:00 in the afternoon. we have a special hour of coverage at 7:00. abc has the latest results
antoinette: bourne police are investigating a wild attack. 28 year old mike dudas, of dorchester, is accused of hitting another man with a baseball bat stealing the victim's car and then crashing it into a police cruiser. investigators say the men got into an argument at a home on quail hill road just before the attack. the victim is being treated for serious injuries. dudas is facing charges including attempted murder. doug: more than a dozen teens will testify in front of a grand jury in connection with the death of a tewksbury teen. 15 year old ethan costello was underage drinking party in lowell last weekend. investigators are concerned about the timeline of the incident after learning that nearly two hours went by before costello got medical attention. 18 year old joseph zagarella is facing charges in connection with the fight. antoinette: the state's big construction projects are right on track and in some cases even ahead of schedule. right now parts of 128 in
highway is shut down. at this moment they are working on the southbound side this morning taking down the old highland ave bridge. the highway will reopen before monday's commute. and demolition of the mass pike toll plazas also moving forward. as of late last night, demolition work in five of the 23 work areas was completed. doug: jorge said at this one night when he said we can get to the big de antoinette: scientists are getting closer to a trip to mars. doug: a special kind of training underway in hawaii. how scientists are using volcanoes to prepare for a future mission. a high tech way to track votes and ballots, ensuring their accuracy. the boston based system that's that is getting attention in this morning's cutting edge. kelly ann: showers are making their way out of the area, but clouds keeping temperatures cool for most of us today. and i'm tracking the next chance
massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" ." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
keeping everything fair. >> iraq to figure the 2000 presidential election, a close vote in florida all those hanging chads. eventually, george bush became president but only after weeks of counting and recounting all by hand. >> to show audit results quickly with transparency is hugely important for people across the country. >> jordan is the chieer scans ballots and quickly tabulate votes. it can even tell you if he marked it as clearly as you thought and raise red flags. >> these are the different ways people mark their ballots. this made a number of different marks throughout their ballot now we can see all of those instantly. >> the digital images can be sorted for questions but accuracy. >> you are seeing the voter intent and in a close race this
another challenge they have to be counted by hand. but what if you wrote in david ortiz for office? >> they can go through and give the votes to the right candidate and do a transparently and show the result of the end of the day to say yes, david ortiz correctly got those votes. >> the system also has options for people with disabilities a keypad with braille and headphone for those that need them. ballot. what it does at the end is prince out a paper ballot. >> the company is expecting federal certification in the next year. open them up to greater possibilities. >> we can grow into most of new england and 30 other states around the country that we expect to have voting systems over the next couple of years.
do not pass through the internet limiting the danger of online hackers. >> now, your stormteam 5 forecast. doug: here we are, the back and of the weekend. kind of chili in some spots. antoinette: all those leaves that fell yesterday are now soaked. kelly ann: we're seeing that good in that gives us a good move for today because the weather wiot cool conditions with some gusty wind. not exactly a perfect end to the weekend of the good news is we're seeing some nice breaks today. it will not be a complete washout. right now, most of is waking up dry although it of clouds lingering overhead. a lot of the main focusing itself onto the cape, where right now we see in addition to that rainfall some snow pellets
right now. that is moving rather quickly south and eastward. he will eventually start to dry out on the cape but not staying completely dry today. this is circulating around the storm system off of the north and east. that would keep us in that drizzle chance, and will keep those gusty winds around as well. most of us are in the 40's. if you let the wayt is the way it will feel for much of the day. our temperatures will not get much warmer this afternoon. brockton at 47 degrees right now, worcester at 45. water temperature is important, relatively warmer than what we are seeing here on land. that will help to enhance those
tracking to our north and east will keep the northerly wind in place. talking about clouds and gusty wind and also the chance of some spotty drizzle. every move into the forecast this evening we will start to see this moving off the coast bringing in some drier air from the west. for much of today it a half and half forecast. we have the clearing in the sun breaking out and will stay dry east of 495. eventually, all of clear out late this evening. we see high-pressure moving in overhead, the price to pay for the clear skies will be cool conditions as we top out near 50 tomorrow afternoon. tuesday resort to warm up again. the forecast of a a high and the upper 40's in the 50's, wind will be a factor between 5-15 miles per hour with gusts occasionally up to 20 miles per hour. that includes tuesday, election day which is looking really
and temperatures near 60 degrees at the height of the afternoon. the rest of the seven they not quite as warm post-up getting back to normal with the 50's. on wednesday we do some clouds moving in with some spotty showers. our next big cooldown moves in for the weekend. doug: thank you. training is underway for a future mission to mars. this month, scientists will be hiking around a volcano in hawaii to practice collecting rock samples. the goal is to come up with a preserve the samples they will pick up on the red planet. they say the ultimate mission behind the trip to mars is to see if there is life on the planet and they want to come up with a collection protocol well before take off. antoinette: because you have the nowhere to put all of those rocks. doug: interesting they're doing that in hawaii. where should be do this? antoinette: frightening moments at a donald trump rally. doug: the candidate rushed off the stage by secret service agents. the new information coming in about what set off the incident. and we are following two breaking stories on the eye.
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose.
restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible doug: welcome back, we are following breaking news. a woman is dead and 5 others hurt after a rollover crash in westport. state police say the driver was on route 195 when she went off the road, hit a median barrier and rolled over on to the other side of the highway. she was thrown from the suv and pronounced dead at the scene. 5 others were also in that suv were injured they are being the car treated for non life threatening injuries.
6 people are in the hospital after a multi car crash around midnight in egleton square in roxbury. boston ems says none of the injuries from the pile up on washington street are life threatening. some of the victims are children. doug: this morning a 3 year old who was struck by a stray bullet in brockton is back home and recovering. he was playing with his cousins when the shots were fired yesterday afternoon. the bullet when through the wall and struck the child in the leg. police are still searching for the person who fired the shots. antoinette: gop nominee donald secret service agents jumped into action after someone in the crowd yelled gun. protestor austyn crites was knocked to the ground and then security carried him out. no gun was found. crites says he was not causing a scene when trump called him out at the rally because he was not paid to be there. doug: they are off.
beverly. it is a permanent playground and festival by people of all. it is a but a former baseball player who inspired the ice bucket challenge. he continues to inspire people every single day. antoinette: he certainly does. how about this, emoji's now have their own convention. doug: hundreds of people turned out for the gathering in honor of the tiny icons in san francisco this weekend, emoji experts along with experts in language and design explain the saying they can be as important as actual words. antoinette: when you only have 140 characters to use. doug: how do they convey that message if nobody is speaking? [laughter] antoinette: that is what happens. kelly ann: here is a look at what we're seeing the forecast ahead.
bad today. temperatures in the upper 40's on the lower end of the scale. bills of talk about some clouds on the coast with a passing drizzle chance. we have sunshine breaking out highs in a 60 degrees that is going to feel absolutely wonderful before we start to cool down later this week into next weekend. normal highs are in the 50's. i met her we're cooling down into the 40's. that will be a huge cooldown. but even some snowflakes. antoinette: there is a? on that 70 forecast. doug: a live version of oti is next standing by. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> this is an editorial by wcvb general manager. >> where do you stand? vote early or on election day? october surprises have caused
being answered by a record number of 2-1 over 2012 presidential contest. elected officials and watchdog groups alike share the same complaint, america's voting process is broken. tuesdays are inconvenient and the number one difficulty people cite for not voting. this dates back to the agricultural driven economy of the 1800 for religious reasons and monday was a day of horse and buggy travel. it to encourage some new thinking if not a complete overhaul of old standards. early voting allows more flexibility for those with in flexible work schedules. it also eliminates the need to stay in line for hours. sometimes even during inclement weather. there is a risk of early voting cut short of the vetting process. development may impact our choices up to the last minute. do we have a firm grasp on clinton and trump's views on the
on their personal failings? any vote early or on election day is a considered risk for the majority of americans. record early voting is a strong indicator of acceptance for change. let's hope the discussion occurs before the first candidate announces 42020. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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ed: we are going down to the wire. good morning. time to go "on the record." a momentary scare on the campaign trail for donald trump, but he recovers. quickly. donald trump: nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. ed: crusade for electoral votes. hillary clinton: i want to be the president for everybody. people who agree with me. people who do not agree with me. people who vote for me. people who do not vote for me. ed: and what rain? >> have you ever heard go back to boston? >> no. no one has said it yet. ed: with new hamsphire, a nail biter.