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we have a half a day to make every dream that you've ever dreamed for your country and your family to come true. >> i will wake up every single day in the white house trying to figure out what i can do to make that a reality for you! jonathan: the final hours of the months long election season, and it is one we will never forget. the 2016 campaign trail was full it all comes down to this. in less than 24 hours, the polls will be closed and we will be counting votes. alison: we are counting down to tomorrow with team coverage, colluding the final stops on the campaign trail and how americans are feeling as we had to put the elections in the history books. vice presidential nominee tim kaine held an event with vice
are with her. jay? jay: indeed, and as they break down the stage, by my official -- unofficial count, more than a thousand people packed the plaza , clinton supporters. with only hours to go in the commonwealth, they were joined on stage biden, who is joined by his wife, dr. jill biden. they want to make sure that you get your friends out. they talked about the deep and abiding personal difference between mrs. clinton and mr. trump. >> this election is about our national character. the example we set for our
for the next decade. a nation that leads not just by the example of our power, but because of the power of our example. >> donald trump's a different point of view. he started off in his quest for political significance by perpetrating the bigoted lie that president obama is not a u.s. citizen. he started out his first campaign speech by saying racists and criminals. and it has been one non-stop insult after the next. jay: u.s. senator tim kaine wrapped up by saying, "are you ready to make history, virginia?" last stop tonight, right about now, in richmond. jay korff, abc 7 news. alison: there was quite a scene in philadelphia tonight.
people filled independence mall for a get out the vote rally and concert. this was hillary clinton's final campaign appearance in the key state of pennsylvania. she was joined by president obama, the first lady, and the boss himself, bruce springsteen. >> we choose to believe in a hopeful, inclusive, bighearted america, an america where everyone has a place come everyone is has a chance to live up to their own god-given potential. alison: clinton is set to hold a midnight rally in raleigh, north carolina. president obama held similar get out the vote events on the eve of the 2008 and 2012 elections. jonathan: donald trump started the day in florida before flying to north carolina and
running mate indiana governor mike pence. >> tomorrow's the day. got to get out. got to get out and vote. one thing i will say about new hampshire, new hampshire has never disappointed me. jonathan: trump has made 10 campaign stops in the last two days to try to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to win the election. and father in virginia, thinking supporters and saying they are confident he will win tomorrow. virginia is a swing state, with polls right now showing it leaning democratic. alison: at least a dozen national polls came out today, all showing hillary clinton leading donald trump stop clinton's widest point is six points in the monmouth campaign. she has leads in the abc news, cbs, and fox news poll.
is in the final bloomberg poll before the election. that is three points. security at the polls tomorrow will be tight. 500 workers from the justice department will deploy nationwide, including prince william and prince george's county, two modern of situation and keep everyone safe. this after an unspecified terror threat that included virginia, new york, and texas. jonathan: democrats and republicans agree on one thing -- they say the 2016 election has been a big source of stress for them. this is according to the american psychological association. tonight we are taking the pulse of voters. are they energized to get out the vote or just ready to get it over with? tim barber is live at the white house. i think a lot of of people are kind of happy this is coming to an end.
to make it one -- to get one last look at where the next president will be. not a lot of people wanted to talk about the election, a lot of people just want to get this thing over with. in roughly 24 hours, we expect to know if our next president is donald trump -- >> on november 8 we are going to do something so special. tim: or hillary clinton. >> it is a choice between division or unity. tim: supporters outside of the white house. >> i'm glad it's finally over with. >> i'm pretty excited for it to be over because i'm tired of it. tim: there has been mudslinging on both sides. this canadian has been watching it all from up north. >> curious. tim: no matter who snags the 270 electoral votes first --
>> you have to get out and vote. tim: supporters on both sides hope that we can all just get along. >> just another day, put it in god's hands, and that's all we can do. >> i'm excited for it to be over. tim: we'll have a crew at the white house through election night, gathering voters reactions. we will see you tomorrow night and throughout the day. live from the white house, tim barber, abc 7 news. alison: thank you, tim. this, tomorrow night big projections will be made in the race for the white house, but none will be as big as the one that you will see outside of our door in arlington. it's the big election projection, right on our building and rosslyn. this is another way that 7 on your side with your election coverage. we will have breaking results and speeches right here on abc 7
to the election day tomorrow morning with a frost advisory in effect for the district, arlington, alexandria, all of southern maryland, and further to the west. looking at a freeze warning in prince william county. waking up early to get to the polls in virginia, 6:00 a.m., the temperatures only in the upper 30's. rebounding near 60 by 11:00, upper 60's, near the afternoon with clouds. a cold front and the impact on the wednesday morning rush coming up in a few minutes. alison: new at 11:00, a jury has awarded $3 million to a university of virginia administrator. last week i found the administrator was the famed by the "rolling stone" magazine article, which gave a brutal account of a gang rape on campus that never happened.
article portrayed her as a villain and she sued for $7.5 million. jonathan: closer to home, we are on verdict watch in the murder of an arlington mother. david black is accused of stabbing his estranged wife, bonnie, last year. the body was discovered in their home by the couple's young children. the jury will start deliberating tomorrow after closing arguments. stay with us for any and all updates. and an arrest has been made in the weekend murder of a woman in prince william county. the police say that brian yu shot a woman to death in gainesville. she was shot to death and a parking lot along atlas parkway. the motive has not been released, but the police say this was not random. alison: two workers were injured after falling from scaffolding at a construction site in montgomery county, along georgia avenue in wheaton.
15 to 20 feet. no word on their condition. the cause of the collapse is under investigation. jonathan: a maryland student beaten to death at a bachelor party in toronto. julian jones attended the university of baltimore. he was leaving a bar and was set up for with the police called in unprovoked attack. no one has been arrested as of yet. alison: and new developments in south carolina where the police say they are dealing with a serial killer who may have as many as seven victims. a missing woman ,kala brown, who was found chained in a shipping container. deny, chilling new details about the suspect, todd kohlhepp. he may be linked to an amazon account net post it reviews for padlocks, guns, knives, and other accessories. he confessed after demanding that he be a but to speak to his mother. kohlhepp is representing himself in the case and has not entered
aboard a new york city subway system. the police say a woman was killed when another woman pushed her in front of an oncoming train. witnesses flag down the police. they called the woman it took her into custody. there is no word what triggered the incident. alison: we know that it is one person, one vote, right -- or is it?
i believe america is already great. yes, we have our challenges. we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. ether, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united,
alison: it's an historic day for voting no matter who you vote millions will vote for a woman to be president. the tribute at the susan b anthony gravestone in rochester where they are placing the "i voted" stickers on her grave. jonathan: questions swirling from some about the legitimacy of our voting process. 7 on your side watchdog chris
registered to vote in three states. he went to all three polling places to find out. chris: one person, one vote. that is what we are told when we are picking the next person to live in there, but what would happen if i try to vote in every place i'm registered. the past few years i've lived in pennsylvania, virginia, now maryland. i followed the election law exactly as i was supposed to as i was moving state to state. the la voter registration system in those states could not keep up with me and my name was not removed from those less. when i went to the polls in those three states if i could vote, i learned i easily could. >> simply the fact that you can do it, that's never happened. chris: even though i could have voted in three states, i only voted in one.
in northwest d.c., chris papst, abc 7 news. alison: an up close look at one of the most heated races in our region. barbara comstock trying to fend off a fierce challenge from luanna bennett in the 10th congressional district. tom roussey joins us with what is turning out to be a very close contest. tom? tom: alison, i'm tomorrow, tables. this district goes for mclean all the way to winchester in the west virginia state line. it's expected to be a close race. throughout the day and into the night, volunteers for mclean tried to rally support for hillary clinton and luanne bennett. and it is trying to do something
district seat in the commonwealth. at the same time in chantilly, there was a different group trying to help incumbent republican barbara comstock keep her seat. comstock first won the seat two years ago after a longtime representative frank wolf retired. >> it will be interesting. tom: this reporter says the district has grown less republican over time and donald trump's unpopularity in some parts may help bennett. >> she has the best shot as ever with trump at the top of the ticket. tom: comstock has been trying for bipartisan support. >> will voters who vote for hillary clinton look down the ticket and see barbara comstock that she is trying to project or the woman who was a long-standing republican?
of virginia political scientist makes a lot of productions and house races. he says virginia is leaning republican, which is good news for comstock, but nobody is expected to win comfortably, and whatever it is tomorrow between comstock and bennett. live at langley high school, tom roussey, abc 7 news. jonathan: it will be an interesting night. wjla.com is your headquarters for last-minute election needs. for breaking election texts. even find out who is giving away election freebies tomorrow. that and much more at wjla.com. and tune in tomorrow for complete coverage of the results. steve: if you like it crisp and cold for the early election day outing, you will be in for a treat tomorrow.
all of southern maryland, prince william, stafford, and spotsylvania. if you have outdoor plants, now is the time to bring them in. 30 to 42 overnight, mainly clear skies, the wind will be light. if you are getting up extra early to vote, you may need to scrape some frost off. bethesda 37 wiki got -- waking up, fairfax 35. on the way tomorrow. a few added clouds in the afternoon, highs near 70 degrees. the panhandle of west virginia looking awesome, upper 60's for the district, alexandria, lorton, 68 fairfax. southern maryland will be mid 60's charlotte hall, south of d.c., stafford in fredericksburg upper 60's near 70.
drive through the midday tomorrow, clouds in the afternoon into the evening. it will stay dry for the rush-hour commute and any afterschool activities. we have a cold front all the way wednesday morning. veronica and eileen will be tracking the cold front. not expecting anything severe, but a little bit of rain during the rush-hour commute can cause big problems. julie wright will get you through the traffic. once slightly cooler air wednesday afternoon. a bigger cooldown on the way into the upcoming weekend. the seven day outlook, 67 degrees tomorrow, some closer to 70. the cold front wednesday, morning showers, cooling down into the upper 50's thursday. veterans day in the lower 60's, followed by a cold front, a dry one. look at saturday's high, upper 40's with windchill factors in the lower 40's.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i
wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? alison: no, this is not a movie.
into the cabin of a flight in mexico. the flight had to make an emergency landing. nobody was hurt. the big question airline officials are trying to answer, how did it get there. jonathan: probably in somebody's back. ballots across the country will have unique issues. alison: voters in five states will get to decide whether to legalize marijuana. the controvers ial soda tax or be on the ballot in four cities, and in california there will be a bill that requires pornography actors to wear condoms and requires producers to pay for medical exams. jonathan: there you go. erin: will begin interesting day. jonathan: in california. erin: it was an up-and-down night for john wall. erin: it was an up-and-down night for john wall. he was ejected for two t i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living
i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get
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center. john wall feeds bradley beal for the dunk. that assists makes wall the all-time franchise leader. but the defensive leader was james harden, 15 assists with a career-high 32 points. the rockets beat the wizards. washington is now 1-5 on the season. at redskins park, the team was back at practice after the bye week. we asked several players and head coach jay gruden who they plan to vote for tomorrow. >> up. >> one of the undecided folks that we hear about. >> everyone is secretive. i cannot tell you anything. >> who are you voting for for president? >> myself. were not be the worst of the worst. coach gruden: i will make that decision when i get to the
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