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there is one more question for you to consider do you want america to be rule by the corrupt political class you, the people, that's what it is, t people. >> love trumps hate. let's get out and vote, philadelphia, tomorrow. let's make history together. thank you and god bless you. hillary clinton and donald trump make their final arguments. now it's time for voters to decide at the polls. >> it is election day, 2015, a
starts right now. >> two years in the making, we are finally here at election day. good morning, everyone. >> election day is upon us. it has been 18 months in the making. this morning, more americans head to the polls to pick our 45th president hours after trump and clinton begin in michigan and north carolina. it has been 105 days since trump president. and 575 days since hillary clinton released her official campaign video, announcing her second run for the white house and moments ago, watch here, hillary clinton returned home after a grueling final 24 hours of complain campaigning before she goes to cast her ballot early this morning. it began last night, trump taking to michigan, as clinton amassed her largest event yet,
developed at independence independence hall to cheer her. with former president obama and michelle obama and hillary clinton and spring steen. >> today is our independence independence day. when you step into that voting booths today there is one core question do you want america to be ruled by the corrupt political class or do you want america to be ruled by you, the people? >> tomorrow, you can vote for a hopeful, a close up america. i really believe it's the most important election of our lifetimes, because we've never had a clearer choice.
division or unity, between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon. >> it was an all out sprint for the candidates, barn storming through the battleground states of michigan, new hampshire, florida and north carolina. this morning, we have the first results af the first vote in dictionville notch, new hampshire, they continue their voting tradn. two for trump, one for gary johnson, even one write-in for mitt romney. since 1916, that count has accurately predicted seven of the last 14 presidential elections. our final maps has has clinton leading to trump's 170.
she laid out her vision for the nation. >> i think we can all agree, it's been a long campaign. but tomorrow, you get a few i hope you will think ability. it's the kind of country we want for our children. >> president obama offered his full support for and the approval numbers. he was on the line for clinton. >> so whatever credibility i got after eight years as your president, i am asking you to trust me on this one. >> and trump's running mate mike pence and campaign surrogate along with trump's daughter
more time. >> this isn't just a choice between two people this is a choice between two futures. >> i choose to stand with donald trump and every american that knows we can make america great again. >> is this is bicker than one man. donald trump's tone or something well, so what, you know, this is bigger than one man, it's bigger than a party. >> nbc's indicatory turric has be she covered this report. >> reporter: good morning, donald trump has been on the campaign trail 105 day in that time, he has up ended every political norm. later today, he find out if it all works. donald trump is trying to close the deal, hop scotching across the country to give it final pitch to the american public. >> there is it, this is it! good luck. get out there, i did my thing. i worked.
giddy. >> is there any police more fun to be than a trump rally, huh? >> reporter: the campaign like the candidate is feeling food. over the past week and a half the race tightening so dramatic amy, even his season aides were surprised. only hours left and trump still hasn't released his taxes, hasn't quashed perceived conflicts of interests and himself and his country should he win and hasn't been cleared of fraud charges against his university. nbc news learned from from senior campa won't talk transition because he doesn't want to jynx his position. he is talking about newt gingrich as secretary of state, rudy guiliani as attorney general. reince priebus as chief of staff. officially trump denied these names are under consideration. one thing is certain, whatever does happen, politics will not be the same. >> there is every possibility that the trump faction of the republican party will persist
the party over the next four years. >> reporter: in the final hours, donald trump repeatedly said he would do well among african-american voters and latinos by saying he would. later we will find out if it will work t. campaign says it will likely come down to michigan, a blue state they say they can turn red with donald trump's jobs messages, which they claim cuts across all demographics. >> all right, katy, thank we are joined by sam devine, happy election day morning to you. we will talk about today. it's been nearly two years in the making. we we heard from katy tur. what are the top things you want to say? >> reporter: good morning, happy election di. i think michigan is one to watch. that's a state that the clinton campaign is counting on. they have been ahead, there hasn't been too much concern
so you've seen president obama, clinton herself has gone there. i think the other states are florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, and even though today's election day. it's important to remember people have been voting for a while now. and in some of these key states, latino and hispanic turnout has been way up, which could be campaign? >> we see predictions from a total land decide i slide to a squeaker of a race. more likely than not, we give clinton a win. what would you say the electoral map will look like at the end of the night? >> reporter: who knows? i think like you said, the predictions are still all
it has been under 270, but what the margin is, i think is still unclear. i appreciate it. you will be watching. we will be watching, the country certainly will as well, thank you so much. >> let's look at bill karins for our election day weather. what damage like out there today? >> it should be a high turnout. weather will be warm across the country. we would see a chance of thunderstorms and heavy rain along the gulf coast. drenched early today, showers this afternoon through the ohio valley, texas, itself, probably seeing one of the worst forecasts as far as thundershowers should go. scattered showers and storms through the afternoon, right even through the evening hours. we won't see shower activity up in the ohio valley like michigan and down in the areas toward detroit. it's still very warm and mild across the country, including our friends there in michigan.
the day. here's a closer look at your election day forecast. well, areas now on the gulf coast, we mentioned the rain is right there. look at the temperatures, they're mooilt mild just about everywhere. we will continue to watch temperatures fairly mild in new england after a cold, chilly morning this afternoon. should be pretty nice. now, this will go down as one of the warmest election days. we will have to see how dramatic still ahead, talking about securing the election. >> heightened concerns over outside intnterference over america's election. ection. thanks for giving victor the energy to be the rowdiest fan. and joseph, the ability to see monsters. when you choose walgreens, you choose to make a difference...
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>> developing overnight, another grim discovery in the case of south carolina kidnapping suspect, a third body was found on his property last night. investigators say he confessed to killing four people in 2003, but he is now linked to as many as seven deaths. he was arrested last week in connection with the kidnapping of couple kay charlie carver. police say he kept brown chained up in a storage container on his property. carver's body was found on the suspect's property as well. he is now charged with four counts of murder in connection with the 2003 case, however, a search of his property will continue today. this morning, a massive sinkhole in southern japan prompted the evacuation of nearby residents t. sinkhole is larger than half an olympic size
it cut off power and water supplies. it's under investigation, but officials say it may be related to ongoing underground subway construction nearby. no injuries have been reported. whenever you think you've had a terrible experience flying, we all had those, imagine being on this flight in mexico. when a snake emerged from the overhead luggage area and dangled down from the ceiling, i can't even watch that video. at least one passenger is able to get air mexico officials say they're taking measures to make sure it does not happen again, so a little case of life imitateing art there. you probably saw the movie "snakes on a plane." >> would you rather have major major turbulence or the snake? >> turbulence. >> more ahead on election day, plus the words used to describe the candidates. you are watching "early today." "
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election right there. was their response a little too distasteful? >> a couple hours and it will be over and we will be entering a few phase of politics. after you cast your vote today, why not award yourself with election day deals, you can have a free medium cup of coffee and zip car is giving free rides to members, you can find disc places, too, you just need your "i voted" sticker. one more incentive to go vote. >> nbc election night coverage begins at 7:00 a.m. eastern. we hope you join us for decision night in america. you know, we have done our jobs. the story is out there.
it's finally here, election day 2016. both presidential candidates are back home morning after a late night of campaigning in the battleground states. >> and the first results are already in, we'll tell you who has the early lead after a tiny town in new hampshire voted at midnight. >> plus the importance of florida in the race for the white house, why america will be watching how we vote and why every vote in the bay area is so important. good morning p.m. and welcome to news channel 8 today. >> thanks for joining us on this