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primaries. >> we can turn new hampshire blue up and down the ballot. >> a trump and a clinton in new hampshire, as campaigns get aggressive to win over the many undecided voters in our swing state. good evening. i'm tom griffith. >> i'm jennifer vaughn. today is just the beginning of what's going to be a breakneck pace on the campaign trail in this final weekend before election day. >> we have live team coverage of the candidates and election preparations around the state today. let's begin with kristen carosa . donald trump drew a big crowd today. >> donald trump spoke to hundreds of supporters here at this country club in atkinson. he focused a good amount of his speech on the issues facing new hampshire. trump started his speech by looking back at the new hampshire primary and talked about his win here in the granite state. he spoke about the drug crisis the state faces and promised to tackle that issue if elected president. trump says he feels confident
which he says shows him up three points nationwide. he says the country is on the cusp of historic change that will take the power back from a failed political establishment. trump talked about his democratic opponent hillary clinton and the fbi investigation into her private email server. >> hillary clinton lied to congress under when she said she turned over all of her work-related e-mails and she did not send classified information on her illegals server. >> donald trump's speech lasted 40 minutes. we did catch up with a few supporters here at the rally. we will hear what they have to say about the republican nominee coming up at 6:00. live in atkinson, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. >> democratic nominee hillary clinton focused on different swing states today, ohio, pennsylvania, and michigan. this is expected to be her final
reached out to college students in new hampshire today with two campaign stops. wmur's siobhan lopez is live in our newsroom with the message being used to woo young voters. >> chelsea clinton visited both keene state college and dartmouth college today speaking , to students and other voters about the importance of these final four days of the campaign. combined at both events around , 600 people came out to hear her speak. clinton telling her audiences this is the most important election of her lifetime, and says she is getting involved for the sake of her children and their fu. healthcare, climate change, and equal rights. she talked about what she believes is at stake if hillary doesn't win, urging people to vote democrat all the way down the ticket. >> my mother is only person who has real plans to address the challenges that we face and the , only person who has a real record of actually working to address the challenges in those areas. >> there were a lot of students
and that means first time , voters. we'll hear from them coming up at 6:00. >> again this is just the , beginning of a very busy weekend on new hampshire's campaign trail. in the presidential race alone, hillary clinton will be back in the granite state this sunday as well as republican vice presidential nominee mate mike -- vice presidential nominee mike pence. pence will join donald trump in manchester on monday. and president obama will be in durham to campaign for clinton. you can find details for these tom: voters will also decide several down-ticket races next week, including the race for new hampshire's second congressional district. wmur political director josh mcelveen is live at saint anselm college, where the candidates will face off in tonight's granite state debate. >> unlike the other high profile
characterized as stemcells are close races, she comes into this the heavy favorite over her republican challenger, both in terms of name identification and fundraising. that is translating into the numbers where she has a 14 point lead. a poll is a call, and according to bill gardner, roughly three quarters of a million people will cast a ballot in the election, so anything can happen. this his final chance to turn things around. we will have a lot of questions in terms of the issues, but this will be a debate where jim lawrence has to have a big debate. we will see what have they have in terms of support outside. how is it looking outside now? >> as you said, here we go with
gathered outside the new hampshire institute of politics, far fewer supporters than we have seen for other debates. supporters for democrat annie kuster have been here before with the incumbent running for her third term four years ago this month she was first elected to office. the daughter of former state senator susan mclane, her father a wwii veteran, she says that points are towards a focus on veterans issues her lawrence is a veteran himself a , graduate of the air force academy. he is no stranger to public service. he served three terms as state representative and ran for congress last cycle losing in the primary. tonight he and his supporters , out here want people to get to know him better as a conservative father of eight who wants to serve again.
listen to the polls. >> thank you. a lot of issues. we will talk about some of those issues at 5:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. back to you. jennifer: new hampshire's senate rate is one of the most-watched in the country. and it appears to be a fight to the finish for kelly ayotte and maggie hassan. wmur's jennifer crompton caught up with both and some different kinds of campaign stops today. >> hassan are upbeat and seem full of energy their schedules taking , them all across the state. this is what grassroots campaigning is all about. serving up a smile with the whoppers, u.s. senator kelly ayotte greeting voters thru the drive-thru window at a nashua burger king, chatting them up as she hands them their orders, fast food and fast friends inside as well.
this one of stops the republican 50 incumbent is making in five days. >> we will be earning the support of the people of new hampshire. >> the fight for her seat not something her democratic challenger is taking for granted either governor maggie hassan , shopping for votes in the aisles of a market basket in concord in between stops in manchester and berlin. >> i am just enjoying going out and talking to people and answering their questions. >> for a grueling grassroots fight to the finish hoping to sway , some of the many voters still undecided. >> we know that when we work together in new hampshire, we have been able to make progress and expand opportunities for our families. >> i have one of the most bipartisan records in the senate, so i have then working on getting things done and working across the aisle, like the legislation we passed to
creating good paying jobs. >> laconia and derry are two of the stops governor hassan will be making tomorrow. and as senator ayotte continues her 50 stops in five days, she says her children will be joining her in the bus on sunday. live in the studio, jennifer crompton, wmur newsnine. tom: new hampshire's secretary of state is predicting a record turnout on election day. wmur's mike cronin joins us live from concord with more on how many are expected to go to the polls. >> right. over the past several , hampshire has been in the top states in the country in terms five of voter turnout and that , could be the case again this year. check out the numbers from the presidential primary back in february more than 542,000 ballots were cast. on secretary of state bill tuesday, gardner predicts more than 738,000 will vote which would be a record. that would be a major increase from september's primary where , about 190,000 voted. with many close statewide races
, are a lot of reasons for granite staters to go to the polls. >> we always have some close races and the people of this , state know that their vote actually makes the decision for whom is the winner. >> tonight the governor's office , says officials are working together to ensure safety at possible cyber attacks. since new hampshire uses paper ballots and machines aren't connected to the internet, that threat is not expected to materialize in new hampshire. jennifer: let's get a look at how traffic is moving as we ramp up the work week. you're looking live at 293 in manchester from the elliot at river's edge camera. tom: 95.7 wzid's peggy james
>> this one is looking pretty good so far. 93, a good ride from salem to derry. it will slow down in londonderry for just a bit to manchester. 293 moving well, and things look good up to concord and canterbury. 101 west to stop and go up to bedford. seacoast, and the turnpike is jammed up getting through dover. the report is brought to you by auto fair. i am peggy james. jennifer: still to come tonight at 5:00 a university official , wins her case against rolling stone over a controversial rape story. >> protecting the polls. i'm nikole killion in washington with what the feds are doing to safeguard the election, coming up.
for some during part of the weekend a look at that timeline , ahead tom: at 5:30, a houseguest asked for a beer, police say she got a what this man is accused of death threat instead. doing, and what officers say he had when they arrested him. jennifer: and they saved for two years, but then gave up their money. coming up tonight at 6:00, you
what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked
lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. not working for new hampshire. narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america.
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? tom: we're following breaking news from new york city. the new york times reports one of two police sergeants shot in a gun battle with a
robbery suspect has died. the condition of the other sergeant isn't known. the suspect died in the shooting. sergeant pulled over the suspect's car after getting a description of someone who had committed a home invasion. jennifer: three u.s. service members have been killed in jordan outside a military base. the pentagon says all three came under fire during a training mission. the names of the service members have not been released. jordan is part of the coalition fighting isis, which controls territory in neighboring iraq
tonight, the fbi and police departments in new york, virginia, and texas are assessing word of an al qaeda threat for election night. tom: that alert comes as federal officials go into high gear to stop election-related cyber attacks. wmur's nikole killion is in washington. >> from the dnc and clinton campaigns have e-mails -- >> the russian government has engaged in espionage against americans. >> to accusations of a rig election those >> they even want to try and rig the election at the polling booths. >> cyber concerns are reaching new levels this campaign cycle >> we should have confidence, but we can't ignore the risks. >> ben johnson founded the security firm carbon black. it conducted a survey showing as many as 15 million voters could stay home on election day fearful of a cyber attack. >> that seems like a pretty big number? >> that was what really jumped out at us. >> while he says the chances of
the election will be tampered with. >> the risk is real particularly on the state level. >> battleground states like pennsylvania have large portions of the state with no paper trail, no receipt. you get a receipt when you buy a snickers bar. you don't get a receipt for when you vote for president, seems little bizarre. >> we run good elections in pennsylvania. >> though it defends the integrity of its voting machines, pennsylvania is one of 46 states that requested assistance from the department of homeland security to secure its systems. carefully to understand if there is an effort to interfere. >> the fbi is investigating breaches detected in voter registration databases in illinois and arizona. they're among at least 20 states hackers have tried to target, according to dhs. a dhs official tells me it hasn't not found any catastrophic weakness in its state-by-state review, but some places, like ohio, are leaving nothing to chance calling in the national guard's cyber unit to test things out before election day. in washington, i'm nikole
being tested along the vermont-canada border tonight. the morses crossing line only has agents on duty until 4:00 p.m. to get into canada after that, a border crossing agent in ontario will monitor the crossing. the agent will use the cameras to verify people's documents and then move the gates. the crossing into the u.s. is already open until midnight. jennifer: rolling stone magazine is guilty of defaming a college official in a nosc university of virginia. that's the verdict from a jury today, which also found the magazine's publisher and reporter guilty of libel with actual malice. that administrator says the article portrayed her as the villain who tried to keep the alleged victim from reporting the attack. police later found no evidence to back the alleged victim's claims. rolling stone issued a statement today apologizing to the administrator and anyone else
governor chris christie have been found guilty of conspiracy, wire fraud, and deprivation of civil rights for planning a traffic jam at the george washington bridge in 2013. prosecutors called the stunt political revenge over one mayor's refusal to support christie's campaign. christie has not been charged, and has said he didn't know anything about the plan. announcer: now, chief meteorologist mike cannon with >> more son, breezy, on the cool side. it's starting to get dark, sunset coming up shortly. we are 14 hours away from the latest sunrise of the year. tomorrow, 7:26 a.m.. keep in mind we flipped the clocks back one hour, so the
at 5:05 a.m. temperatures all over the place, cool, chilly, wintry 30's plymouth north. 40's for many, then low 50's from manchester points south and southeast, running close to the average for this time of year. our temperatures will run close to that for the weekend. overnight around 30 in central and southern new hampshire. for now, the cool air is winning the battle, sliding in to the northeast. that continues until monday. upper 50's today and ohio, lower 60's chicagoland, all of that moves in monday and election day on tuesday, which looks like a
skies mainly clear, then a week upper-level system to our north will swing into daybreak, triggering quite a few clouds, and some snow showers up here. we could get a dusting of a couple of inches tomorrow morning. we can't rule out a passing snow showers even in southern new hampshire. don't be surprised tomorrow from 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. to get a quick flurry or brief snow shower. clouds move in late, and here's that chance of snow showers north, right at or above freezing, so a mix or snow shower before that clears out. clouds, sunshine in the afternoon, and the same story on sunday. full sunshine monday, then by election day, it will be a sunny and warmer day, on the breezy side to the weekend.
and warmer air for tuesday. he can mind that we fall back, the standard time later tomorrow night, good reminder to check batteries in smoke detectors, carbon monoxide sectors. our sunset on sunday at 4:32 p.m. and it warms up on tuesday and calls a little bit by the middle of next week. very little precipitation besides that brief snow shower. tom: is a good for our health? tom: at 5:30 p.m., an unusual
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savings but we can use the time , before it happens to minimize its effect on our sleep paterns. good sleep habits and getting enough rest today and tomorrow will help your body can acclimate better to the change. lower the lights, turn off the tv and devices, and trick yourself into going to bed a half hour later two nights in a row, and set your alarm for 15 minutes more sleep both mornings. baby steps that might help. also, remember that daylight savings time in the fall means savings time in the fall means people will be spending more of that can mean more traffic depression known as seasonal affective disorder. remember, we were all spring forward again in a few months. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. tom: there you go. everything that goes around
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? >> police say a request for beer ended with a gun against a woman's throat. now at 5:30, why it took several days to arrest the accused attacker. >> this mother is accused of leaving her children alone so she could rob a store. so why are they back in her care tonight? tonight? >> temps close to normal as we >> and, identity theft appears to be dropping, at least when it comes to tax returns. why criminals are having a harder time filing fake returns. ? announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do, and now wmur news nine at 5:30.
threatening a manchester couple also faces drug charges tonight. welcome back, i'm jennifer vaughn. tom: i'm tom griffith. police say a night with friends turned frightening when marc joseph pulled out a gun. jennifer: even though officers took that gun, they couldn't arrest joseph until several days later. wmur's ray brewer explains why. >> that arrest didn't come until a couple of days after the original incident inside the apartment building at 385 union street in manchester. and police say when they took joseph into custody, he had different types of drugs on him. three marc joseph faces several felony charges for the incident that began tuesday night. police say a woman visiting friends at the apartment house told them she was looking for more beer. when she asked residents in joseph's apartment, that's when he allegedly held a gun to her throat. police say that joseph also threatened the woman's husband. >> quote i will do you, meaning i will shoot you. >> police responded and confiscated a 40 caliber handgun
was not arrested as police say they needed to interview more people. subsequently an arrest warrant was applied for and two days later joseph was arrested. later joseph was arrested. that arrest resulted in more , charges. >> during that time it was found that he was also in possession of marijuana, crack cocaine and oxycodone pills. >> police say they are still looking into whether or not joseph should have been able to possess that handgun. as for joseph, his bail was set at he is due back in court on $10,000. the 17th. jennifer: one of the companies that makes narcan is recalling some of the overdose antidote. teleflex says because of a problem with the narcan delivery devices it made this year, the drug may not be fully effective. the state says the kits it bought and gave out to community health organizations are not affected by the recall. but amr tells us it had to return two dozen kits. anyone who obtained narcan through a pharmacy should see if it's affected by the recall.
arrested for shoplifting while police say her two small children were waiting in the car. officers arrested 34-year-old shanna jacobs thursday at a kohl's in south burlington -- burlington but say she never , mentioned that her two-year-old and four-year-old sons were in her unlocked vehicle. jacobs is charged with retail theft and cruelty to a child. her chen been notified. tom: an ohio man who took the law into his own hands and beat a heroin dealer nearly to death is sentenced to probation. last december, edwin sobony reportedly beat the man with a baseball bat after authorities said he continued to share heroin with sobony's wife. he was convicted of felonious assault and the judge gave him two years' probation. while some say the punishment isn't enough the judge says he , believes he made the correct decision.
sobony did. i appreciate the frustration, but that does not support or condone vigilante justice. tom: sobony told jurors he acted a little aggressively but says , he was only trying to protect his children. jennifer: the boston police department is honoring the doctors who saved two officers shot in the line duty. officers richie cintolo and matt morris were shot multiple times while responding to a domestic call last month. commissioner bill evans has general hospital trauma team and two other doctors who has assisted in saving their lives. tom: let's head back to commitment 2016 coverage now. tonight the final installment of , our granite state debates with the candidates vying to represent new hampshire's second congressional district. wmur political director josh mcelveen is live at saint anselm college with a look at what we're expecting in this matchup. >> thank you. i'm joined by my colleague here
lawrence is the clear underdog. what needs to happen tonight for something to make this a close race? >> i think he needs to have a miraculous appearance and performance he. -- performance here. >> coupled with a gaffe? >> it is a tough call for lawrence. she is a two term congresswoman. he is somewhat unknown. he has a classic conservative. there's no question about different trading themselves him each other on the issues, but jim lawrence, a tough district for republicans, and jim lawrence really has gotten little help from the national base. >> this is a seat they did not identify as one they could's deal, so he's been out there on his own. >> completely on his own.
getting no help from the national committee. >> if there was ever election where something unexpected could happen, three quarters of a million voters, this is it, right? >> the polls, it is 14 percentage points according to our latest poll, a big gap, but there is still 22% undecided, so it's not out of the realm of possibility. in a situation with an unexpected republican sweep, but it would take a big way. >> he will be trying tonight. >> i will be observing. i will be looking at social media and we will go from there. >> good stuff. we will be back here at six to check in again on the issues. >> stay with news 9 in the final
on air and online all we can long as their candidates and representatives criss-cross new hampshire. tune in sunday morning for a special edition of close up. jennifer: and monday evening we're with you through the final , hours before the polls open. you will hear from voters who have seen every candidate in person and are still struggling to decide. you can compare the perspectives of first-time voters to veterans who even remember john kennedy's campaign. we'll have live team coverage of the last-minute push for your votes, including the election eve visits from donald trump and everything starts at 7:00 on monday right here on wmur. tom: should be exciting. still to come tonight a roomier , option in the air. the perks that come with delta's new class of seats. jennifer: and phones aren't the , only dangerous device causing headaches at samsung tonight. what you need to know about their washing machines. tom: and do you actually know , what your child does for a living? a new holiday helps to bridge the generation gap.
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tom: election fears continue to be the reason why the dow jones industrials adolescent a 500 continued to fall. down 42 points today for down, down three for the s&p 500. gas prices new hampshire was still $2.19. fewer people are reporting false tax returns filed in their name. jennifer: in 2015, more than 512,000 taxpayers filed identity theft reports with the irs. but in the first nine months of this year, that number is down to just under 238,000. the irs cracked down on tax-related identity theft after a surge of suspicious tax returns last year, and says you can expect more changes to help
tom: your flight might be more comfortable in the future. delta airlines has unveiled a premium economy street. features include 19-inch wide seats with a 13 inch entertainment screen, in-seat power ports, and 6-7 inches of additional leg room. no word yet on how much the seats will cause the delta. jennifer: parents to work day. linked in started the twist on bring your child to work after surveys showed many parents don't understand their kids' jobs. one in three said they don't know what their grown child does for a living. so the jobs most misunderstood? user interface designer actuary, , data scientist, and social
you'll find a link in the entertainment section of wmur.com explaining it all. tom: maybe an sco manager? that's all numbers. a lot of chicago fans skipped work today to cheer on their new champions. we'll take you to the cubs' world series parade after the break. jennifer: in sports, it could be a wild off-season in baseball and the red sox have already lost someone from their dugout , tom: new tonight at 6:00, a special forces soldier
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jennifer: to celebrate a world series win, but cubs fans couldn't wait another minute to line the parade route today. tom: yes, sir. this was the scene in grant park when the gates opened to fans. city officials estimate that 5 million people turned out for the parade and rally honoring the new world series champs. >> we've been waiting such a long time. we really want to show the cubs that we've loved them for so long and we're going to get here at whatever time and through whatever crowds to get here and support them.
i mean, i was even praying. i said please, please god give these columns a break because they worked so hard for it and they earned it. i'm just so excited, just so excited. tom: there you go. some people showed up hours ahead of time to guarantee a spot at the celebration. chicago added extra commuter trains to handle the crowds. announcer: now jamie staton and news 9's fords. >> the cs have not won the world series in 40 hours now. it is a rare friday night when all three of these teams are off. the monarchs, bruins, and celtics. they will all be back in action tomorrow. the monarchs will host the adirondack founder at 6:00. >> it will be a hard-fought battle. the team that competes harder is going to win. >> what would you like to see get better in the short term?
things like that. it is a long season. if we get to like each other now, then it will pay off during the season. >> college hockey, highlights from both of these great games in new hampshire tonight. the red sox have lost their bench coach, torey lovullo. the arizona diamondbacks plan to hire lovullo as their nextma lovullo spent the last four seasons as the red sox bench coach, and he managed the team for 49 games in 2015 when john farrell left the team to undergo treatment for lymphoma. good luck to tony out west. tom: another warning about samsung products, this time over exploding washing machines. jennifer: abc's gio benitez has the information on a massive new recall. >> the images are dramatic , mangled metal a wall that
, there is the giant bruise, just of the hundreds of reported three cases of samsung top-loading washing machines blown apart when operating at high speed. >> without warning the washing , machine just exploded. it sounded like a bomb went off in my ear. >> melissa thaxton says in april, she was inches away from getting a serious injury. her four-year-old son right there to0. >> head and leaning towards my son and just screaming this scream that i didn't even know i could scream. >> now, just a month after gma reported on samsung's top investigates reported on samsung's top loading washing machines, we've learned the nation's top consumer watchdog and samsung are recalling an unprecedented 2.8 million washing machines. elliot kaye is the chairman of the consumer product safety commission. >> how many reports are we talkin' about here?
reports on a very serious hazard of the top of these washing machines completely blowing off. >> and amid the complaints, nine reports of injuries, that bruise reportedly came after the washer lid flew off the machine slammed into the woman's back and forced her into a cabinet where she struck her head and jaw. >> we're looking at parents with their children right there in close proximity. >> i do the laundry in my family. i've got two young boys. this would scare the heck out of me, which is why we hope parents and others take advantage of this recall. >> the machines in question 34 , different model lines of samsung top loading washing machines sold since march 2011 until now. >> for some of these units, just too much speed. the top of the unit is not secured enough based on a design failure. >> samsung telling gma investigates, our priority is to minimize any safety risk and address the conditions that lead to the rare instance when the top of the washer unexpectedly separates from the unit. we apologize for the inconvenience this is creating to our loyal customers.
meteorologist mike cannon with your storm watch nine forecast. >> a chilly day. we will see that play out this weekend with a few flakes. take a look at a few clouds, but otherwise clear with temperatures on the chilly side, 30's and low 40's. a look ahead, temperatures will run at or slightly below the average through the weekend then into monday. following that, a brief warning nd for some flakes in many spots early tomorrow morning. otherwise, sunshine mostly in southern new hampshire, same story on sunday, then pull sunshine early next week. temperatures are quite chilly, 30's north, 40 central, lower 50 south. tomorrow morning, back in the upper 20's to lower 30's to
daybreak, 20's, 30's north, lower to mid 30 south. just colder that any precipitation would be in the form of a scattered snow showers in any one given spot. cool for now, warmer to the west, eventually we get in on that. before that happens, couple of weeks systems cut that warmth all think he it to our west to sunday might -- night. you will notice that sys i look at futurecast, temperatures around freezing tomorrow, scattered snow showers central and north, scattered snow and rain shower south, but a good chance of flakes to mix in in any shower that ends in southern new hampshire. by the afternoon, not too much falling out of the cloud cover, but cloud cover wins out and we rise to the south and 40 in northern new hampshire.
of a brief mixed snow showers in the morning, then more sunshine during the afternoon. i look at the highs tomorrow, 44 north, 51-52 south, watch out for the snow shower early, then mostly cloudy skies during the afternoon. again, same story on sunday. monday, sunshine back in and temperatures warmer after a chilly start, teens north, 20 south, warmer 60 plus in many part s then temperatures coast back to or slightly above the average wednesday and thursday, colder at the tail end of next week, fall back to standard time early sunday morning. tom: we will do that. halloween is over, which frees up one creepy character to run for office. jennifer: coming up next the , pennywise push. and then at 6:00 -- >> i wish i could help more than
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rochester team will get her big break in front of thousands of people. 14-year-old kacie grenon will open for country singer scotty mccreery at the hampton beach casino ballroom. the st. thomas aquinas high school freshman has been singing and playing guitar and ukelele all her life. tickets are still available for tonight's show. tom: we told you just before halloween that stephen king's it is new hampshire's favorite scary movie. jennifer: that may inspire some granite staters to join the newest campaign, vote pennywise. he's the evil clown from it. the signs have started showing up around king's hometown of bangor, maine the author tweeted it's not clear which office pennywise is running for. thanks for joining us for thanks for joining us for newsnine at 5:00.
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>> after a presidential primary the secretary of state is now that broke turnout records the secretary of state is now making , his prediction for the general election. >> and we're one hour away from the last granite state debate. what to expect from the second congressional district candidates when they meet live on wmur. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do, now wmur news nine at 6:00. tom: at 6:00, we begin with from new hampshire has died in florida. the military has just announced staff sergeant david whitcher of bradford died during a dive training exercise off key west on wednesday. the cause of death is under investigation. staff sergeant whitcher was 30 years old. he was deployed to afghanistan twice while serving in new hampshire's national guard. ? >> this is where it all began.
and both the trump and clinton , campaigns are adding new events in new hampshire for the final weekend before voting. good evening. i'm tom griffith. jennifer: and i'm jennifer vaughn. these visits show just how big a role the granite state could play in the presidential election. our live team coverage begins with wmur's kristen carolsa in atkinson where donald trump rallied voters today. >> donald trump spoke to hundreds of people here at the speech on the issues facing new hampshire. >> you know this is where it all began, new hampshire. this is where it all began. >> republican presidential nominee donald trump started his speech in atkinson by looking back at the new hampshire primary highlighting what he , learned. >> i made a promise to you. we are going to keep the poison out. we will stop those folks. >> it's a promise he hopes to carry out as president of the united states and trump says he