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>> the presidential candidates push their campaigns to the last minute. >> a major senate race would impact well beyond, the factor making this granite state decision so critical. randy: and the issues that could mean major changes here in the commonwealth, the questions facing voters today on the eye. it is election day. randy: the countdown is on and the polls open in an hour here in massachusetts. they already have in new hampshire. good morning, i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer. a lot of lines in today's election, and we will get to all of it but first we want to check in with cindy. a great forecast for voters. cindy: the weather looks fantastic. clear skies as we approach
notice the 20s showing up from bedford to nashua, and south of town as well from norwood down to new bedford, in the 20s right now, even around freezing on the cape, so discussed are going to want a jacket. there will be some frost out there, and look at this, off the bus this afternoon, it is up around 60 degrees so it turns much milder today, and as the high pressure drops, we're going to have a lot of sunshine. by 10:00 it's over 50 degrees, and we're nearing 60 by lunchtime. 63 in lawrence and 64 in framingham, and a lot of lower 60s here through worcester county, and south of town, from brockton down to bridgewater and taunton, upper 50s after a chilly start, sunshine and a mild afternoon on cape cod. not warm out there this afternoon. olessa i wanted to show you this. a frosty windshield this morning. you are going to want the ice scrapers at the ready. good morning. olessa: i'm not ready. thank you cindy. you will need to warm up the
towards the bottom of the screen. we have delays starting to build, let's go to the maps and check the rest of your ride and travel times. south of town watching this crash on 24 northbound in stoughton. the delays are back into brockton but the crash is on the shoulder, stop and go from sharon. route 3 looks ok. and the expressway is 30 to 35, braintree into boston. and the pike, 15 minutes, 49520128, and heading north, 93 slow out of methuen, and into andover, more delays as you head down towards the far most of the trains and buses are on schedule, but for everyone trying to board at boston college for the b branch of the green line, you will have to use come av and lake street. i'm olessa, that's a look at traffic. >> i really believe it is the most important election of our lifetime. >> we are fighting to bring us all together as americans. >> the cases have been made and now it is decision time for america. at this hour some polls are already open.
>> with so much at stake, the reporters are covering all of the candidates on the issues, so you can know what to watch and we begin with sera congi covering the clinton campaign in the battleground state of new hampshire this morning. >> randy and emily, we are inside the mcdonough school where polls opened at 6:00, and you can see behind me, long lines. hillary clinton made a final pitch and aer >> there is no reason why america's best days are not ahead of us earlier in the night bruce springsteen joining in a rally. she was joined by president barack obama and the first lady
new hampshire. pennsylvania. north carolina, just some of the battleground states. hillary clinton will be casting her vote in new york. live in manchester, sera congi, newscenter 5. randy: thank you. we head south now. nicole estaphan is covering the trump campaign this morning. nicole: good morning, the trump campaign also burning the midnight oil, and the, in the final hours of this race after a stop h they flew to michigan for an overnight rally. >> you have one magnificent chance to beat this corrupt, rigged system, and to deliver justice for every forgotten man and forgotten woman and forgotten child. >> at the rally last night trump claimed patriot's quarterback tom brady had called to say that he voted for the gop nominee and read a letter from the past coach bill belichick professing
the polls just opening a few minutes ago. i can tell you the lines are long. nicole estaphan, newscenter 5. emily: thank you. we want to take you live to virginia right now. that is senator tim kaine voting there in his home state. he is a u.s. senator from virginia. a candidate for vice president on the ticket with hillary clinton. and video a bit scratchy there, but we know that he's voting there. hillary clinton will be voting in new york later weighing in. they have seen a lot in their time in politics so here is what they will be watching for today. >> north carolina and new hampshire, the polls close at 7:30 and 8:00 p.m. in these states if trump wins both we could be in for a long night. second the romney stage. he got his clock cleaned by obama in 2012 winning only 206 electoral votes, if trump loses any one of these states, he's done.
so it's not been great for hillary clinton in the early voting. if it's down again, it can be a good night for trump. >> three things to watch, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. they haven't voted. there is no early voting, and all three states are a factor in who wins the white house. >> some of the first votes in new hampshire, already cast this morning this is video from dixville notch, one of three communities that voted at midnight. hillary clinton took dixville notch with four trump won mill's field with 16 votes and you may remember nicksville notch has picked the winner in three of the last four contests. randy: there is a tight race for the senate as democrat maggie hassan hopes to unseat kelly ayotte for the senate, and erika tarantal is tracking the candidate's final pitch.
the country. also one of the most expensive. both candidates out in full force to convince voters why they are right for new hampshire. >> there is a clear choice in this election. do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests? >> no! >> or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire. >> i will be standing up and working hard for them. i am one of the most bipartisan hampshire. i will stand up as that independent voice for the people of new hampshire and fight for them. >> the outcome of this race could help to determine the balance of power in the senate. real clear politics averages so each party has 46 seats that are either safe, leaning that way or not up, and that means eight seats up for grabs so the democrats could gain a majority here. and as for the house, real clear politics, gives republicans 224 seats, and either safe or leaning gop.
only 21 popups, the house should remain under republican control. >> massachusetts voters are making decisions today on four statewide ballot questions, and the eye's doug meehan is in boston this morning with a closer look at what's at stake here in the commonwealth. >> good morning, randy. as you mentioned, massachusetts voters facing four different ballot questions, and millions of dollars being spent on both sides. a lot of that money coming from out of state, so let's break them down. charter schools. a yes vote would allow up to 12 approvals for either new charter schools or expanded enrollment at existing schools every year. question three deals with confining farm animals. a yes vote bans any practice that prevents pig, castles and hens from lying down or turning around freely, and the one that everybody is talking, about question four, which will decide if recreational marijuana becomes legal here in
favor legalization which means that voter turnout will have a big impact on the outcome of this referendum. there is also question one you will be dealing with today. a yes vote would authorize the massachusetts gaming commission to award a second slot parlor, but it's very specific. an area near suffolk downs is the only location that fits the qualifying description. we're live in jamaica plains, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> our through 6:30, and abc will come on and then a special hour of coverage at 7:00, and abc has the latest results starting at 8:00 tonight followed by a full recap at 11:00. >> newscenter 5 will be in new york city. benben with the clinton camp and j.c. monahan at trump headquarters, and then they will join us on a special edition of the eyeopener. we are starting tomorrow at 4:00
election coverage. >> there is plan to improve service on the orange line. >> the idea that could get more people moving faster, and police forced to get a crowd under control in cambridge. the disappointment setting off a confrontation with officers. >> students defeating a dress code ban on head wraps. the argument changing minds. >> and strong voter turn-out expected in the bay state. secretary of state bill gal vei expects 3 million people to cast their ballots, and that includes the 1 million people that participated in early voting. cindy: the weather is looking great for election day around here after we warm things up this morning, but there is some rain on the way tomorrow. the time line on that is ahead. first take a look at these temperatures. you want to layer up as you are heading out. 38 in boston, and 27 degrees, as you are heading out the door in
massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. 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" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
randy: good morning for you and great advice from the kids at weston hi. thank you. >> and if you are going to vote today you can take a look at where the candidates stand on the issues. head to our app, and once you are there click on the politics. >> and if you are voting today, it's cold out, bundle up. >> this morning for sure. >> it's all about the layers today because as cold as it is out there, you are going to be like wanting to linger outside. >> take a little extra longer? >> right. the lineup was so long, i couldn't get back. >> right. >> all right. >> it will be a really nice afternoon, around here, and you know across the country, quiet overall in this election day, and lots of warm temperatures, and some rain from the gulf coast scattered towards the chicago area, and that is where we have the wet weather today, and a big ridge of high pressure with the jet stream is pushing that warmth in here today, and so we warm up nicely this afternoon. it does not last. notice the jet stream taking another dip to the south over the northeast as we get towards the end of the week, and so our temperatures will respond. average high this time of year
today, and still above average. tomorrow, and then we trend below towards the end of the week. at least we have got the sunshine out there today. clear skies. sun up in just a few minutes at 6:27, it will be a bright, sunny day, but it is cold this morning, we have got readings in the 20s in orange and jaffrey and nashua, and bedford at 26, 20s down to the south coast new bedford, so a lot of frost out there this morning, and you can see we're starting to warm things up aloft because the airport, where we take thousand feet up and 40 degrees there. warming up from the top down, we're going to do that today, and 38 in boston and low 30s on the cape. temperatures slow to climb, as the polls open, still around 30 degrees, and by mid-day, it is near 60, and as the polls close it is near 50 degrees, just partly cloudy skies later on this afternoon. and a lot of sunshine today, looking for highs in the lower 60s. worcester on into boston, and as
50s with a westerly wind on cape cod. you can see how clear it is here. big area of high pressure dominating our weather today, and off to the west, mentioned the shower near the chicago area and you can see it's a scattered line of showers, stretching down to st. louis and memphis and this is what we're watching for tomorrow, and out ahead of that, the clouds first increase overnight, and the temperatures are not going to drop as much. by tomorrow, we're only down in the 40s in most areas, so not as cold tomorrow, but clouds from the get-go, a couple of showers some of the morning hos, down as a wave of low pressure develops along it, and that may enhance some of the rain potential down along the south coast and the cape where we could see more than a quarter of an inch. otherwise it looks like it's under a tenth of an inch in most areas so not a washout tomorrow but during morning hours, a couple of showers, and then as we get towards lunchtime, that's when i see the rain shifting in, and that drops south, and we clear things out overnight and into thursday, and temperatures start to cool down on thursday,
and the winds pick up and brings in the coldest air. blustery on saturday. >> i don't like that word. >> sunshine and 40s. it feels like it's in the 30s all day long. >> winter is coming. >> we will enjoy today. so far this morning, the roads have been fairly quiet as far as accidents go, we're watching the volume here across the span. and the lever connector heading into boston. let's go to the maps and check your ride. still clearing a crash on 24 northbound, accident by route 139, and in the final stagesno up to 128. and slow ride on the expressway. 30 to 35 braintree to boston and delays on the pike, and right now 15 to 20. 495 to 128. and as you head along route 2 we're watching a crash by jackson road, delays there back to route 190 and as you travel north, 93, slow out of methuen, and more delays down to the lever connector and once again, near spot pond, we're watching that problem on the d branch, and you are looking to boston
instead. >> thank you, right now a georgetown police officer is recovering after a crash in rowley. state police say the officer was working a detail on 95 north when a driver plowed into the cruiser. the officer is at the hospital. the driver did stay on the scene, and no charges have been announced. and right now six young people are facing charges after a violent confrontation with police in cambridge, police forced to use pepper spray to get a crowd under control at the an estimated 1,000 people were there for a meet and greet with rapper, designer jalen brown. fans waiting for hours for that 5:30 event, and when it did not happen as scheduled, that's when police say things got out of control. bricks and glass thrown at officers and pepper spray dispersed, some witnesses say there should have been a better plan for police to gain control. >> it is a better way to disperse the crowd than to use me.
everyone had to suffer from them. >> they were charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. >> your economy. asian shares, mixed overnight, and as investors await the results as the rest of us do for the presidential election. stock futures are lower right now. and the mbta is working towards a more reliable future for the orange line of the t. the managers say they plan to increase the rider capacity by 40%, by adding new cars by 2019, and th t short-term drop back system that involves a two-person inspection team of trained cars at the end of the line, and that is designed to cut down on the time between trains, allowing more trains per hour. and the t also moving forward with the green line extension project. it's name a new project manager for that, and dalton will oversee the 2.3 billion project, which extends the green line by nearly five miles into medford and somerville, the management
which is giving a billion dollars in federal aid. >> three malden high school students win a dress code battle. they addressed the school committee challenging a ban on head wraps. the students arranged they are not disruptive and are associated with both religious values and cultural expression. the school committee voted unanimously to overturn that ban. >> they made a cogent argument, and that's what we teach, claims, evidence, reasoning. should not be in the handbooks to begin with but i thought it would take a long time. >> the mayor called the reversal a victory for civility and the democratic process. it will be modified in writing next year. randy: a salad dressing disaster, and a surprise in the overhead luggage department. erika. erika: a tribute to war heroes. the event helping to heal the wounds of battle, and also an
questioned in the disappearance of his wife, and the nypd is on high alert this election day. police were already stationed outside of the center yesterday, and a live look now at battleground new hampshire. this is manchester, polls are open, and you can see the lines are already long. again weather is supposed to be great so head out for the polls on this election day, we'll be
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>> 6:24 on election day, you can a lot of pink on the horizon. cl boston and take a look at the suburbs. 20s showing up, particularly up through the merrimack valley, but look at the recovery coming your way in the next 12 hours, 61 by 3:00, and so warming things up, in boston, and we'll come up close to 60 degrees by lunchtime, so nice and mild as we go into the afternoon hours on this election day after a chilly start. and a few showers come through tomorrow and we start to pull things down for the end of the week.
like they have never done before, and three times to be scored against the sabres. the man advantage last night. marchand getting things started followed by david krejci, another power play, and tuck remark continuing to impress with 32 saves. the bruins win 4-0. let's get into some tuesday eyepoppers on this election day. a little >> that ends in a bang. >> let's see. >> what? >> that woman is describing the noises that she heard when her salad dressing exploded. the wyoming woman says it's hard to describe feeling like she was attacked by her dressing. turns out a bacteria bubbling in the dressing forced the recall. can you do that sound effect? >> she is made for tv. >> yes. i think that she did a little better.
take a look at the video from flights in mexico. a greenish snake comes out of the luggage compartment, and partially drops down into the cabin, and the airline says that the plane landed quickly, and so workers could secure that red pile, and they say that they are investigating how the snake got on that plane. >> landed quickly, went down into the driveway. >> what you were saying. it landed this way, and everybody just -- >> on the other side. >> yeah, so gross. yeah. >> we're going to move right on from that video. all the election information you need wrapped up in under two minutes. up next we have fast takes for voters headed to the polls today, and facebook wants to connect you with more than friends. the new service in development. a live look here from manchester, new hampshire. they are in line and ready to vote. the polls open at 6:00 a.m., so 26 minutes in, and here in
? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our
public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky.
hoice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and vote yes on question 2. >> i really believe that the most important elections of our lifetime -- randy: new overnight, closing arguments. >> we are hours away from a once in a lifetime change. >> today the voters decide.
this historic election day. >> 6:30 tuesday morning, election day. we are voting. we're looking now at the polling location here in manchester, the polls are open, obviously, and very crowded at this point, and what is a heated election -- >> very crowded in nashua this morning. long lines outside, just a few minutes ago, and now the long lines are inside, packed in are both voting in new york. hillary clinton will do so and donald trump in new york city. good morning, i'm emily riemer. randy: and i'm randy price. the weather should not pose any problems voting-wise? >> no. it is chilly and you may need some time to scrape off the windshield, you can see a
reading in the 20s. you can see norwood down to the south coast, down to 28 degrees so layer up at the bus stop with the jackets. in the upper 20s, and getting off the bus this afternoon. going to be at 60, so a nice recovery with high pressure in control. giving us tons of sunshine so the temperatures do warm up by mid-day, it's near 60, and as the polls close, it's still around 50 degrees, so we're looking for a high of and lots of lower 60s out through worcester county, and south of town from brockton down to bridgewater all in the lower 60s and upper 50s to near 60 for highs this afternoon on cape cod so mild for you as we get into the afternoon, but chilly out there now. get you out to the roads, good morning. >> good morning. for the green branch service, keep in mind, anyone for boston college you will have to use comm avenue to board because of an early morning water main
water main break, it's not a big deal it, looks like it's just about wrapped up but impacting the d branch this morning. let's get to the maps and check the rest of the ride. we are in good shape on 93, volumes out of museum but there is a crash as you head south clearing by the dascum road, as you travel along route 2 we're watching an accident by jackson road, and traveling along the pike, right now a 25-minute ride, 495 to 128, and 24 still slow out of brockbe an earlier crash in stoughton and the ride on the expressway, 30 to 35, braintree into boston. randy: there will be a little congestion around the polling locations today, and finally it has come to a head after a month of campaigning and of course, better campaigning in cases. >> and it all comes down to today, in the next 90 seconds we're taking you through all of the big races and the issues. randy: we want to begin with sera congi in the battleground state of new hampshire this
sera: polls open at 6:00 a.m. you can see almost immediately voters filled up the gym here at the school, all eyes are on new hampshire. one of about a dozen battleground states. donald trump made one of his final pitches in manchester yesterday, and then held an overnight rally in michigan. his last message to supporters, we have to win. hillary clinton rallied supporters in north carolina telling the crowd america's best days can still be ahead of us. both are now back in new york, and that is >> sera, take a look behind me here, in nashua, polls opening 30 minutes ago, and you can see the lines are long, and there are a couple big races on the ballot. not only the white house today but also democrat maggie hassan and kelly ayotte are locked in a heated battle, trying to unseat the gop incumbent. this could help to determine the balance of power in the u.s.
show that there are eight seats up for grabs, so the democrats could gain a majority again, that race here, very tight. we're live in new hampshire, doug. >> we're in jamaica plain and all eyes in massachusetts, on the ballot question so let's break them down for you. there is three big ones. question two, expands charter schools in the state, and question three bans the confining of farm animals so they cannot stand up and move around and question four, would legalize the recreational marijuana, w taken part in voting, and if you have not done so yet, the polls open here, at 7:00. we're live in jamaica plains, doug meehan, newscenter 5. >> now to the other stories. >> erika is tracking the overnight developments. >> a georgetown police officer is recovering after a crash and rally. the officer was working when the driver plowed into the cruiser. the officer has
there. six teenagers facing charges after a disturbance. they were there for a meet and green with jalen brown when things got out of hand. police used pepper spray to control that crowd, and the mbta working towards a more reliable future for the orange line. t officials plan to increase the rider capacity by 40% by adding new cars by 2019. emily. emily: a terrifying case in south carolina getting worse. randy: t property where a woman was found chained and honoring our vets. the benefit to help america's heroes here in the boston area. emily: and ahead in news to go, facebook offering a different
for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's
in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. >> taking a live look inmaster, new hampshire at the polling locations, a long line there, it has been a steady flow of people coming in since the doors opened, voters will head to the polls at 7:00 a.m., that's when it starts in massachusetts and we'll keep you covered right
>> we are watching the 1r078, a 25-minute ride, braintree into boston and luckily no major issues, a couple of accidents that we had early this morning cleared, so we're hoping the rest of the commute is not too troublesome but it is chilly. >> it sure is, a lot of frost on the windshields. 38 in boston but 20s in the suburbs, and despite how cold it is, sunshine is going to warm us up today. it turns mid on this election day, as we head into the low 60s, from the mid 50s tomorrow but there will be showers moving t cooling down, turning colder by the weekend. randy: there was a special night to provide the help that they deserve for our military men and women coming home facing what we call the invisible wounds of war. we have a great crowd for the home base, and i was at the agganis arena, honored to be there with the beach boys providing music for this annual event. it's a benefit for home base. it is a unique organization here
>> we fly them in. we cover their airfare, we cover their hotel and we cover their meals and all their care is free. >> it's not just the treatment but focusing on the stigma and breaking down the barriers. >> and home base was created seven years by the red sox's foundation, and massachusetts general hospital. it has treated more than 111,000 veterans and i invite to you join me on friday night at 7:00 on 5 for the veteran's day program, and i think that we ha who have helped us fighting the war on terror and those here in boston who helped them deal with the invisible wounds of war, 7:00 to 9:00. emily: coming down to the wire, the candidates' last moves in their campaigns, and also ahead in news to go, new details on the upset starting a confrontation in a cambridge mall, and plus curry breaking an nba record. his big night. that is ahead this morning. a live look here from nashua,
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>> i want to be president for everyone because we all have a role to play in building that better future for our country. >> we are hours away from a once in a lifetime change. we're going to have real change. randy: candidates making their closing arguments overnight as we kick off your news to go this morning. emily: the eyeopener team covering all the angles on thi rest with the voters and take a live look from manchester, new hampshire. we have seen long lines outside and inside as new hampshire voters get their first chance now to cast their ballots. >> great to see the lines out there this morning. >> so early. >> well, if you have to stand outside it will be chilly this morning. >> right. >> but we're warming up today, quiet weather locally, and really nation-wide. it's just in the middle of the country, we have got some
watch the rain move in our direction tomorrow, so it is dry for your election day, we get into wednesday, and the chances of rain are going to be going up as we get towards mid-day and the afternoon hours, as well, and we are not expecting a lot of rain out of that system. probably a tenth of an inch but down on the cape and the islands there could be more, over a quarter of an inch. so it is a strip of showers out ahead of a cold front, and this front is running into the high pressure, so today we have delightful weather in store. we have clear skies out there now, and it is chilly to st the afternoon. 23, that is it from orange up to keen. we're running at freezing in plymouth and on the cape. boston 38, and it is just 30 degrees north shore beverly back to lawrence, as well, and frost out there this morning, the polls open but by mid-day, it is near 60 degrees with sunshine, and a light westerly wind today, so as the polls close, it's still near 50 degrees, just a few clouds so lots of sunshine, and lower 60s, worcester on into boston,
near 60 on cape cod. so nice weather for this election day, and we'll start to bring in a few clouds. and overnight the clouds thicken. a couple of showers out to the west. and notice mid-day into the afternoon hours, there is some steadier rain, and there could be some heavier elements of rain out towards the cape towards the evening commute, and this is all shifting off the shore, clearing thing out tomorrow, so mid 50s tomorrow, with the showers around, and clearing, turning cooler and back to sunshine, and low 50s on how are we looking, olessa? >> busy, we have a couple of problem spots if you are going along route 1, here's a check, southbound side, moving to the top of the screen, a slow ride but let's go to the maps which check out your ride. we did have an accident on 93 southbound, that crash just cleared out of 128, and delays are out of methuen, and it will be stop and go down to the lever connector, as you travel route 2, a multi-car accident out here. this is eastbound by jackson
blocking a lane, and delays 25. heading south, 24 heavy out of brockton, 95 from sharon and delays on the expressway, and 30 to 35 braintree into boston. and for the b branch some, service problems this morning from boston college, anyone trying to board, come out and use lake street instead. >> thanks. this is video just in. tim kaine casting his vote. the democrat and vice presidential nominee arrived at his polling place randy: and the presidential candidates made their final pitch to voters in the overnight hours. >> news to go, commitment 2016, team coverage begins with sera congi, live in manchester, new hampshire. sera: emily and randy, hillary clinton did not waste any of those last-minute, the last hours before polls opened, she held a midnight rally in north carolina. >> i really believe that it's the most important election of
>> hillary clinton spent the last day of campaigning, hitting several of the battleground states, she will turn to new york, and that is where she will cast her ballot. we are live back here in manchester, new hampshire, polls opened at 6:00 and traffic was heavy from the start, and here at the mcdonough school in manchester. the granite state also considered one of a dozen battleground states. live in manchester, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> a final pitch by donald trump last night closing out what has been nonstop campaigning with a rally here in new hampshire, and then he flew to michigan for an overnight rally. >> today is our independence day. today the american working class is going to strike back. >> trump will close out this election in new york city tonight, wcvb will be there but
nashua, where lines are very long. a lot of people are trying to get that vote before they go to work, and i can tell you that one woman said that she was here two hours early, we're live in nashua, nicole estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> the senate race in new hampshire is one of the most closely watched in the nation with the balance of power in the senate, potentially in play. there is a likely eight seats up for grabs. maggie hassan arguing for change as incumbent ayotte calls herself an independent voice. >> do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests? >> one of the most bipartisan records going out to solve the problems of people in new hampshire. >> this has been one of the most expensive senate races in the country. the race is very tight. doug, out to you. >> erika, it's not just a vote
before massachusetts voters to consider so let's go through them, a yes vote on question 2 would allow 12 approvals for either new charter schools or expanded enrollment at existing schools every year. and question three deals with confining farm animals, a yes vote bans any practice that prevents pigs, calves and hens from laying down, standing up or turning around freely. question four will decide if recreational marijuana becomes legal. polls show that y that voter turnout will have a big impact on that outcome, and then there is question one, that's the round slot power, the yes vote would authorize a second one to be built most likely in revere. if you have not voted yet, the polls open in less than ten minutes. live in jamaica plains, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: thank you, our special coverage begins today. we take you all the way through 6:30 and abc national news, and then a special hour of coverage
followed by a full recap on newscenter 5 at 11:00. >> newscenter 5 will be in new york city covering the presidential campaigns, ben simmoneau will be with the clinton camp and j.c. monahan at trump headquarters, and ben and j.c. will join us on a special edition of the eyeopener, and we are starting tomorrow at 4:00 a.m. all the way through 7:00, and you can count on newscenter 5 for complete election coverage. >> nine minutes before 7:00, news to go, six young people facing charges after a violent cambridge. police were forced to use pepper spray to get a crowd under control at the galleria. about 1,000 people were there for a meet and greet with rapper and designer jalen brown. fans waited for hours for the 5:30 event, and when that did not happen as scheduled, police say that things got out of control with bricks and glass being thrown at officers. >> a westborough high school teacher is facing oui charges.
legal limit on saturday. they say that she was pulling out of whalen high school when she crossed over the line and hit two cars. flanagan told police that she had two glasses of wine. the westborough superintendent declined to comment. a settlement is reached in a rape victim's lawsuit against worcester polytechnic institute. a former student sued the university for negligence and breach of contract after she was raped by a security guard at her university leased condo while in 2012. she says the school failed to ensure her safety on that trip. details of the settlement are not public. randy: a third body has been found on the property of this man, suspected serial killer,. a woman a chained inside of a storage building on todd
murders but that number is expected to go up. >> robert durst, accused of murdering his friend. the 73-year-old entered a plea yesterday during a long awaited appearance in los angeles in connection with the death of susan berman 16 years ago. prosecutors say that durst killed her to prevent her from talking about the disappearance of durst's first wife. durst, well-known from that recent hbo documentary, the jinx. breaking overnight britain's prince harry is lashing out at the media i statement. the prince said that he's worried about his girlfriend's safety saying the media has been harassing the american actress. the couple has been the subject of rumors and gossip in recent weeks. >> facebook getting into the jobs market. the social media is testing a feature to let administrators create job posting and receive applications and that would compete with the site linkedin. >> the bruins take advantage of the power play like they have never done before.
against the buffalo sabres with a man advantage last night. brad marchand getting things started in second, and followed by david krejci, on another power play, tuukka rask continuing to impress. with 32 saves. bruins win 4-0. curry set the most record for the most three-pointers in one game. he knocked down 13 three-pointers in golden state's win over new orleans. and the record after curry went 0-10 from beyond the arc. and he finished the game with 46 points. >> a final check on the traffic. unbelievable on this tuesday morning, election day. >> and a bit busy on the roads if you are heading out the door. route 1 in saugus, the southbound side heading 20 the top of the screen, let's get to the maps and check the rest of your ride. north of town 93, heavy out of methuen and down through andover and wilmington, and stays slow down into boston, and accident
multi-car crash clearing, and as you travel the pike, still watching this crash by route 9, delays from 495 to 128, almost a half-hour, a slow ride out of brockton, accident gone. and 95 heavy as well as you travel up from sharon and delays on route 3 from weymouth to braintree, from there on the expressway, about 35 minutes, braintree into boston. and anyone looking to board at boston college for the green line b branch you will have to use comm avenue cindy: waiting for the train will be a cold one. clear skies, now that the sun is up but 38 degrees in town, and fortunately the winds are light. so no big wind chills out there but look at the temperatures, running in the 20s from bedford back to orange, and norwood, taunton, in the 20s, and even near freezing, on the cape so it is a cold start but the high pressure is going to give us lots of sunshine today and the temperatures will recover. next chance of rain is going to come from this front here, and it will be showers moving through tomorrow, so sunshine
should sneak up into the lower 60s this afternoon, and most areas above average for this time of year. and as warm as 64 in norwood, and notice the upper 50s to near 60 on cape cod today. and clouds will increase. and overnight they will fill on in, a couple of showers around first thing tomorrow, and look at the temperatures out the door tomorrow, only in the 40s, and the rain will become steadier at lunchtime into the afternoon tomorrow, and as the low pressure tracks closer, that's where we could see more than about a tenth of an inch looking at a lot of rain. we'll clear things out on thursday, and look at your veteran's day. winds are really going to start to pick up and going to be gusting to 30 miles per hour throughout the day. and it could be a spot shower around towards the evening. that is a potent front that's going to come in and bring in colder air. so we get cooler towards the end of the week but colder this weekend and a blustery feel on saturday. wind chills probably staying in the 30s all day long so enjoy the 60s out there this
>> right. >> all right. thank you. >> we hope you go out and vote today, and of course we will be on early tomorrow morning with all the latest results at 4:00 a.m. >> and stick with our mobile app for results as they come in throughout the night. have a good one. ? ? with simply right checking from santander bank, just make one deposit, withdrawal, transfer, or payment each month to waive the monthly fee. and there's no minimum balance. you're alright with simply right checking from santander bank.
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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 vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
good morning, america. fight to the finish. donald trump and hillary clinton pull out all the stops overnight. crisscrossing the country to make their final push for the white house. clinton holds her biggest rallies yet. >> there will be no question about the outcome of this election. >> calling on the president, the first lady and some major star a prayer. >> bon jovi, lady gaga and bruce springsteen, all there. ? can't start a fire without a spark ? >> donald trump hits five battleground states in one day. >> i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote, we are just hours away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. >> the billionaire predicting a victory and claiming a private