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president as he continues continues to give his support to the democratic nominee. president telling voters that he is confident about passing the baton to her. we have a team of reporters covering both campaigns from their headquarters in new york to their presence in new england today. let's begin with 7's dan hausle who is covering the trump campaign and dan is live in new york city. yeah, donald trump will have a big party here in midtown manhattan but a lot to be done before the party happens. more than 24 ur campaigning even though it's less than 24 hours until the first votes are going to be cast when the polls open. but there is a lot of campaigning to be done before the party can happen. donald trump and battleground north carolina. the second stop on a busy day of campaigning that will take trump from florida to new hampshire. you have one day until the election. it's not even one day.
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day to make every dream you have ever dreamed for your country and for your family to come true. >> reporter: trump has been expanding the map in these time days of the campaign leaving out to states like michigan that had been considered safely in clinton's column. mike pens even in minnesota today expressing confidence in his running mate and the election results. i joined this campaign in a heartbeat because have you nominated a man for president who who never backs down. he is a fighter, he is a winner. we're going to run through the tape and deliver a great victory for the american people come election day tomorrow. >> reporter: in sarasota trump appeared light-hearted and upbeat joking with supporters about hats and masks in the crowd, but trump's not smiling about the f.b.i. decision that new e-mails don't support charges against hillary clinton.
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american voters to deliver justice at the ballot box. he gets in, it's a disaster. she is not going to get in, folks. i don't see it. i will tell you. i don't see it. >> reporter: trump finishes up in new hampshire tonight but he won't rest from. there he is hitting five states again tomorrow on the actual day of voting and the states that he is hitting twice today and tomorrow it's north carolina, pennsylvania and hampshire. live in new york city, dan hausle, 7 news. >> anchor: all right, it is also a busy day for the clinton campaign. 7's byron barnett also in new york city at the democrat's headquarters. >> reporter: here at the its center the election night headquarters are getting ready to get everything set up tomorrow. they are hoping that hillary clinton will be making a victory speech tonight, tomorrow. meantime, hillary clinton made one last swing through some of
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at election night headquarters the clinton campaign hopes its message has been as clear as the glass ceiling and walls of the its center in new york city where hilary clinton hopes to address her supporters as president-elect. today in pittsburgh clinton told voters he has a plan to strengthen america and her opponent, donald trump, does no. anger is not a plan, my friends. . if we're going to harness our energy and try to overcome our talking to each other again and we have to get good ideas wherever they come from. >> reporter: in her time campaign swing clinton is hitting battleground states of pennsylvania, north carolina and michigan where polls have tightened in recent days telling voters she is on the side of working people. clinton spoke directly to a coal miner in the crowd. you can take it to the bank. i will not forget you and i will do everything i can to help
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worked so hard throughout their lives for generations to build this country. we are not going to forget any american. >> anchor: rallying vote interns north carolina, bill clinton says his wife as shown she deserves to be their command in chief. hillary lass proved by enduring what she has endured that she is strong enough to be president. >> anchor: this evening clinton will attend a get t rally in philadelphia. she will be with two biggest heavy hitter surrogates, the president and michelle obama. that's the latest live in new york city, i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> anchor: today president obama made his pitch for hilary clinton to voters in several states. he spoke at a israeli in michigan before heading out to new hampshire and that's where he is right now. some live pictures inside the whitmore center arena at the university of new hampshire from new hampshire the president will head to pennsylvania which we just heard from byron.
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love right now let's go up to our neighbors to the nor, new hampshire. steve cooper has more on the excitement there. it's been a whirlwind day across the granite state for hillary clinton supporters while she is not here in the granite state, the president of the united states is and he is speaking on her behalf. the lines were long and kept getting longer here on the unh campus in durham where hillary clinton supporters were out in full force rl aware the race for the white house is turning into a sprint to the finish line. i think it's close. but i think hillary will take i. >> reporter: with heavy security in place, thousands came to campus to hear from clinton's commander in chief supporter, the president of the united states. what made you went to come out and see the president? i am interested. i like him. good president. even with a handful of protestors anxious to be heard,
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into the whitmore center for this get out the vote rally well aair that the state's four electoral votes could decide the election. i am kind of half excited and half worried. i do think hillary will ultimately prevail and win but i think it will be a close race. it's very important to everyone to take part in this, to par piss patriot and to work together and to move on and solve some of our problems. >> anchor: clinton supporters say they are as confident as ever right now that not only will she win hampshire, but they say she is going to win the presidency. from durham, new hampshire, steve cooper, 7 news. >> anchor: well, new hampshire is definitely going to play a role, a key role in the outcome of this election and beth candidates have spent a lot of time there. today donald trump will make one last granite state stop. his last chance to sway those undecided voters. our coverage continues now in manchester. 7's jonathan hall is there where
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jon? >> reporter: well, kim, that's right. donald trump and his running made mike pence are coming here to the snhu arena for an election eave rally. a real clear politics average of 7 recent polls shows trump and clinton tied here. here is team trump in action working to get out the vote tomorrow. republicans of new hampshire volunteers number in the thousands and the campaign claims they have made 1.7 million live person to at the venue where donald trump is speaking at in about three hours there is a trump bus and a trump boat. these people. i like the at mos fear in supporting trump and i just want to see her rally. quite a few donald trump supporters drove up from massachusetts. this college student dressed up like mr. trump. people are saying to me i don't think it will be a landslide. i think it will be close but i think we will win. it's looking like momentum is in
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and the constitution is vital. i think the other candidate has total disdain for the constitution and rule of law. >> reporter: ken russo set up a giant drain the swamp banner. trump has used the lines a slogan for cleaning up washington corruption. overhead a plane towed a democratic banner reading "they go low, we go high." that didn't seem to bother ken. what kind of of reaction are you getting out here in. positive i'm lot of b no other, other than that nothing negative. we feel pretty good. what would you think if hillary won? i don't want to think about that. i like to think, i like to think positively in life. >> reporter: as i say polls are showing a neck and neck race between clinton and trump until a unh poll released today that shows clinton ahead by 11 points. the trump people say that one is wrong and you can count on it. live in manchester, new
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>> anchor: 7 news has you covered on election night. kim and i will be joined by political editor andy hiller and the rest of the 7 news team to bring you live reports all night and our election coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. our live reports from new york also continue. dan and byron stationed in trump at clinton's headquarters and christa delcamp will join them tomorrow for updates all throughout the day. a quick scheduling note that tonight on 7 there will be a special one hour edition of nbc "nightly news". that begins at 6:30. so 7 news at 7:00 tonight start at 7:30. >> anchor: all right. 7 news now turning to your forecast and we have seen our reporters out in the field and here is a live look over the city of boston and darkness setting in well before dinner because of course we turned back the clocks over the weekend. temperatures on a bit of a wild ride this week. cool today, but temperatures will climb tomorrow and then i think back down again sounds like a roller coaster ride. jr is here with the details. it is back and forth all
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out of the 40's for the city. normal high is 54 below that right now in town 43. worcester at 45. the skies are clear. there are some clouds in the south shore to the south coast and cape. they will melt away overnight tonight. high pressure is in control. right now we are on the chilly side of that high pressure but this big old blue h will drift east and then southeast of new england overnight tonight and as that happens, that will grab some of this milder air. you notice the current temperatures green bay, detroit, chicago, lower 60's at this time. that milder air is on the move. won't show up tonight though. mostly clear, chilly, wide range in temperature. metro boston, mid and upper 30's. cool spots outside of town norwood in particular upper 20's early tomorrow morning of the commuter forecast clear skies becoming mostly sunny and again at 6:00 a.m. >>chilly but by 9:00 numbers do start to take off leaving upper 40's. the ewill exday forecast no weather issues. sunshine all day long then after the chilly, early morning look at thee temperatures tomorrow afternoon. upper 50's heading into the low 60's for some of you.
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that wild ride in terms of the temperatures coming up in a few minutes. >> anchor: we are following more news this evening. a car rolling right into the charles river after an accident. police say two cars crashed on the memorial drive in cambridge and one of them ended up in the water. driver was able to jump out safely. crews eventually pulled the car from the water and nobody was hurt. >> anchor: a judge putting the charleston church shooting trial on hold a few days. the judge says a motion from accused ki required immediate attention. the hearing involved will motion will be close to the public. roof faces 33 federal charges. it he could be sentenced to death. the 22-year-old is accused of shooting and killing nine african-american church goers during a bible study last year. three people were also injured in the attack. jury selection is expected to resume on wednesday p one of the two police officers killed in iowa last week now laid to rest. a funeral service was held today in des moines for 39-year-old
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he leaves behind a we've and three children. authorities a gunman ambushed him and a 24-year-old officer while they were sitting in separate patrol cars last week. if god could handcraft the perfect police officer inside and out it would look just like tony. he was intelligent, organized, creative, detailed. when toppy was at work he always has had the advantage. >> anchor: funeral services fo tomorrow. >> anchor: former u.s. attorney general janet reno has died at the age of 78. reno was the first woman to serve as attorney general for the united states. she died early today of complications with parkson's disease. reno was nominated by president bill clinton in 1993 and served 8 years as attorney general. janet reno was the second longest tenured attorney general in u.s. history. >> anchor: we're watching wall street today and markets kicking off the week on a high note now up more than 300 points.
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the markets have been down for nine straight days. still to come this evening, assessing damage. northern oklahoma rattled by a strong earthquake and we'll give you a closer look at the damage left behind. >> anchor: ahead in the next half hour, a scare at a pigs hill school. what sent six adults and one student to the hospital? >> reporter: close call right there! >> reporter:. >> anchor: a police chase in california comes it a crashing end. >> anchor: ahead in just one hour, tracked police arrest a suspect in a weekend murder that happened in everett. >> anchor: and the changes under way after two boston officers are shot by a city constable. what will be required now for anyone who holds that position? we have those stories and much more coming up here on 7 news.
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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 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 in voting yes on 2. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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last night. it was the third in oklahoma this year. they make the 2.5 or higher you can see damage. collapsed face ads, here an estimated 40 to 50 building sustained some time of dan and assisted living facility eevacuated as a precaution. the school district canceled today's classes. officials say they are just glad to one was seriously hurt. fortunately, last night until today we only had one injury it. was a walk in to the to help him and then get him to the hospital. that's the only injury we had during this event. >> anchor: now officials say this is the largest earthquake they are had but feel the emergency responders were prepared and took action very quickly. oklahoma has had thousands of earthquakes in recent years. experts say nearly all have been traced to the oil production process. in the newsroom, ryan schulteis, 7 news. >> anchor: next at 5:30, massachusetts one of five states voting weather to legalize
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>> anchor: welc it's the night before the election day and we're looking at live shots of beautiful downtown boston there. the zakim bridge and really a nice day. it was sunglasses required driving in. which is a good thing. it felt a little cool. i have to walk in, the sun makes a big difference, jr. >> reporter: we have more sunshine for tomorrow. you need those sun glasses once again of little milder tomorrow after a chilly early morning but temperatures tomorrow afternoon upper 50's and low 60's. wednesday that's the only day
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rain. nothing significant. just a couple of showers wednesday afternoon. the temperatures are going to bounce up and down the next several days. tid down, 40's. tomorrow near 60. then up and then down again by the weekend. sundown this afternoon at 4:30. november 21, sun goes down at 4:17. november 30 the sunsets at413. you need those sunglasses all day. that sun angle is low for the entire day. not like summertime where sun e, five or six in the morning then 7:00 or 6:00 at night. right along the horizon the entire day. good news at least as we move through the month of november and december at least we have stopped losing significant amounts of daylight. of course you can't lose what you don't have in the first place. temperatures right now low 40's, city at 43. norwood at 40 degrees. we do have mostly clear skies. some clouds down through southeastern massachusetts, they will continue to melt away. they are actually tied to an ocean storm that will do just
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from pennsylvania and on the backside of the high pressure, that's where you find all of the fun stuff in the 50's and 60's it's cool here in new england. bangor at 37 in town, 43. luck at these temperatures over herement green bay at 61. detroit 63. cincinnati at 66. some of that mild air is heading our way for tomorrow. so for tonight mostly clear, chilly, 20's and 30's for your early morning commute. again the cold spots in the upper 20's. most of it about 30, p 32 7:00 in the morning of the through the day tomorrow lots of sunshine, after the early morning chill is does turn mild. temperatures between 57 and 62. no weather issues for election day. go rock that vote. upper 50's and low 60's the city at 61 tomorrow afternoon. lakeville at 59. the merrimac valley lower 60's with lots of sunshine into the worcester hills, monadknock region. upper 50's. fitchburg at 61. worcester 59. the other thing about tomorrow too is that it won't be hardly any wind. some times in november to warm
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you have to have a screaming southerly or southwesterly win. we won't have that southwest wind tomorrow about five to ten miles per hour. so not bad. so there is so many tomorrow. wednesday mostly cloudy skies, front part of the day is dry but i do think we'll see a couple of showers come at us early to mid afternoon on wednesday. there is your time line on wednesday now. we're stilling over tomorrow because it's easy breezy but wednesday does feature a lot of clouds and some showers during the afternoon hours and into early wednesday evening. not widespread, not significant so it should not -u day and the amount of rainfall on the way i think think most towns less than an inch of rain from. this cold front here so we'll have several of these fronts come at us. we'll also is warm fronts so talking 60 tomorrow, low 50's on wednesday which is actually where we should be for this time of year. thursday somewhat cool, near 50, friday warm it up, jer. ' about to. upper 50's then saturday sunny skies, but chilly only in the 40's. see you at 5:30. >> anchor: still ahead on 7,
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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 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." and governor baker in voting yes on 2. thanks for the ride around and governor baker norfolk! and i just wanted to say, geico is proud to have served the military for over 75 years! roger that. captain's waiting to give you a tour of the wisconsin now. could've parked a little bit closer...
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geico. proudly serving the military for over 75 years. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. >> anchor: great to be with us on a monday. another hour of 7 news is ahead. >> anchor: stay right there for 7 news at 5:30. >> reporter: one day until the election. hillary clinton and donald trump focusing on swing states as they race to the finish line. >> anchor: school scare. several people rushed to the hospital after inhaling toxic
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>> anchor: a fire fight leaves families out in the cold in connecticut. >> anchor: we are just one i did away from election day. both hillary clinton and donald trump making their final push through battleground states. the canned case focusing on swing states like new hampshire, florida and pennsylvania. >> anchor: kim khazei is in the newsroom with a closer look at today's campaign events. kim? >> anchor: both parties nominees still moving full steam ahead and calling on their supporters to do the donald trump will be in new hampshire tonight. he spent the day in florida making a final appeal to voters there. today trump telling supporters in sarasota he has done his part and now it's time for them to do theirs. trump urging voters to get out and cast that ballot calling it america's last chance for a real political movement. this is it, folks. we will never have another opportunity. not in four years, not in 8 years. it will be over. with supreme court justices,
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this is it. they say it's the single greatest movement politically speaking in the history of this country. you can believe that? i don't want any credit if we lose. i am not looking for credit. i am not looking for credit. i am looking to make america great again, not credit. >> anchor: hillary clinton in the meantime with her high on the battleground state of pennsylvania stumping today in pittsburgh with a similar clinton also imfor flooring voters to elect hers a step to what chief calls and uniting the nation. tomorrow is the election, but that is just the beginning. we have to heal this country. we have to bring people together listen and respect each other. i am here to ask you to vote for yourselves. vote for your families, vote for your futures.

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