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allison kropff. i am 10news morning anchor ian reitz. the polls of been open for five hours. >> long lines at places that have never seen long lines before. among those casting ballots are presidential candidates. craig boswell is at a location. >> reporter: supporters mocked hillary clinton and her husband as they filled out their ballots in their hometown of
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she greeted voters waiting outside and said she feels humbled. >> i know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people are counting on the outcome of the election. >> senator tim kaine got an earlier start testing his ballot at 6 am in richmond virginia. donald trump voted a few hours later in new york city. based on a cbs news analysis, clinton leads trump 214 to 186 in electoral votes but the number of states remain up for grabs and the outcome will likely depend on voter turnout. trump got off to an early lead in the first voters casting ballots and parts of new hampshire after midnight. in the early morning hours there were long lines of voters from new york to california and
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>> i think it's important to exercise my right to vote. >> it is a good choice for america. >> while there are no perfect choices i feel like one clan it was above the other. >> clinton and trompe l'oeil -- plan to hold parties in new york city to watch the results. craig boswell. cbs news. clinton has overwhelmingly won the vote on the us island of guam. although the voters are american citizens their votes in the race do not count because guam has no representation in the electoral college.>> keep in mind, residents here have correctly chosen if you want to vote today before you go off to work, we have several lines like this one in st. petersburg. before the door is open, 50 people were lined up ready to get in and vote.>> finally the day is here to end all the bitterness and put all the bad deeds of this campaign behind us. >> voters said they hope
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able to unite both sides during this difficult time and help the country. 75 people crammed into a polling place in davis island within the first five minutes. in hillsborough county more than half of registered voters have voted early or by mail. we've caught up with tampa mayor bob buckhorn as he voted. he was ecstatic. >> it is good to see. we're on a trend for record sending -- record-setting numbers. that is a wonderful thing because the trend going the other way. and to see hispanics more engaged and young people engaged and to see african- americans turning out is a good thing for america. i hope it continues. >> while this is the most divisive election that he can remember, he says it's important that local politicians strive to bridge the gap between the parties. the department of homeland security says that all hands on deck to protect the election from a cyber attack. >> sarah hollenbeck is that a polling place on davis
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to several cyber security experts and they tell me the biggest threat now is russia hacking into our election today. but they say ultimately you don't have to worry when you had to the polling place because they have the cia and the fbi and the department of homeland security all keeping an eye on possible threats. fbi says they're worried that russia will use a cyber capabilities to release the documents and create social media accounts designed to spread misinformation. what is all that mean for you. when cyber security expert says don't let it change your mind about getting to the polls today. >> i don't think we need to be paranoid. >> voters say they are not letting it impact them either. >> it is the only way to get your voice to count is to go and vote. >> voting machines aren't connected to the internet so there's only an extremely slim chance the hackers could alter the outcome.
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us to question the results that come back from one district and one state and that could trigger enough of a reaction that we may call for a complete recount. >> there is a cyber hack every two seconds in this country but again the department of homeland security says you can trust them to keep our elections safe and that hackers will be able to impact your vote. we will be wa think back to your high school history class. you had a lesson on the electoral college. we decided to give you a refresher. and why we have it before you start hearing the numbers. here is brandon rittiman. >> you've heard of the electoral but what is it? the electoral college is 538 people. they casted the official votes for president.
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the same as the number of people in congress +3 more for washington dc. when you choose a candidate, you are really voting for electors to support that candidate in the electoral college vote in december. this happened because the founding fathers couldn't agree and some wanted to see the people vote for president and others wanted congress to choose. we got the electoral college. each state gets a number of electors sat on their population at the bi estate, california, has 55 electoral votes. the smallest states like wyoming get 3. it takes 272 win. if nobody reaches that number, the next president will be picked by your favorite folks ever, congress. specifically the house of representatives from the top three candidates from the electoral college. each state only gets one vote. now california is more powerful than wyoming and they are the same. the if the house can decide the vice president becomes president and the vice
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senate at the electoral college deadlocks. that is the electoral college in a nutshell.>> each state gets a number of electors baked -- based on the population. we have a larger group in florida. that makes us a key price for candidates as they reach the magic number of 270. because we are a battleground state, a very close race here in the state of florida. early voting shows a record of more than 6.4 million voters we could surpass totals of 2012 for a total of a .5 million people voting. the polls close at 7 pm but part of the state's central time. today you have a second chance to approve a state amendment to legalize medical marijuana. most states will have support
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a similar measure was on the 2014 general election ballot and received 58%. opponents say there isn't enough reason to prove the benefits. if approved, florida would be the 26th state along with the district of columbia to legalize marijuana plant for medical use. the other controversial amendment is 1. it is backed by the power company. solar power is opposed. it claims to protect your right to use solar power but it could make it harder for you to go green. we want to take you to susan b anthony's gravesite. all morning long voters have been coming out to the activist. anthony played a pivotal role in the movement to allow women to vote. you can see voters placing their i voted stickers on her tombstone and taking photos at a great site in rochester. that i voted sticker represents your voice and can be a good deal today. >> you can get free rides to free doughnuts and discounted
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can get with your i voted sticker on our website, orlando plans to buy the pulse nightclub and eventually convert the site into a memorial. the mayor said the city reached a deal to buy the nightclub for $2 million. he says the site should remain as is for the next 12 to 18 months. people continue to visit the site to mourn. it is $600,000 more than the appraised value. the government shot -- a man shot and >> a mystery monkey almost captured in pinellas county. there is a new study on chores and the effect it has on children. russia has launched coverage of the american election. why russians claim a new president could lead to an economic fallout. a beautiful afternoon in
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>> great to the polls tonight. a lot of sunshine in the mix. comfortable temperatures once again in the forecast and if it is still on the cold side, i am tracking the coal do this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up
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to get things done, you've got to show up. you've got to work together. whether it's protectinal curity and women's health care or growing the economy, we've got to start solving problems instead of pointing fingers. i am patrick murphy and i approve this message because i'll never stop working for you.
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not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even bthe ctim. ober: she was with him voluntarily. our community deserves new leadership. andrew warren, an experienced prosecutor,
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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 you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blng out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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people are anxiously watching as we choose the next president. coverage in russia has taken a darker tone. elizabeth palmer is in moscow on how putin is exploiting claims of rushing -- russian meddling. a parade of world war ii it commemorates russian troops who died on the battlefield. it also recalls an era when russia was proud. that is the status putin wants to restore and he blames the us for getting in the way. president obama's criticism of his government for example. and the us imposing sanctions after russia invaded crimea two years ago as well as american backing of uprisings in
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so did russian hackers try to meddle in america's election as a payback? putin ridiculed at a recent conference and said america's reaction had been hysterical. >> is the us some kind of banana republic, he asked. the us is a great power, correct me if i'm wrong.>> the russian state 24 hour news cannell -- channel is shg unprecedented coverage of the us election. counting down before the first returns start to come in. the reason the kremlin is directing russians attention to the us elections is to discredit democracy and prove to russians that the us has no moral authority to tell anyone especially the russians how to run their government.
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we are talking about prudence's role in the us election is a win for russia as they fight to win glory. doctors in the uk say one in six women diagnosed with breast cancer have symptoms other than i love. women with breast abnormalities, pain and inflammation were slower to seek help than women who found a lump. if there are any changes, swellings in the armpit or an checked. if you want your kids to be successful, harvard said make them do their chores. having to do that work helps in the professional world and helps them take responsibility and initiative. the study says it's important for kids to know they are loved unconditionally. on top of the trail of a second mystery monkey in the tampa bay area. officers have been tracking the monkey for a week. the latest study was monday afternoon in pinellas park near 55th street. officers tranquilized it but
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if you remember the search for tampa bay's first mystery monkey went on for four years. it is believed this one came from the same area. local trapper vernon yates is trying to capture it. >> we did shoot him with a tranquilizer dart. he ran off and we couldn't find him. he will sleep the drugs off and tomorrow will be back on the run again. >> yates said you should stay away from e feed it. ashley batey is joining us to check the forecast. if you are headed to the polls and have to wait in a line it's a nice day. >> you will want the sunblock and the shades. rain is not going to be a concern this election day so that is one less issue to deal with. overall we're looking towards a nice day with equal down heading our way tomorrow. we have something for everyone. if you like it warmer, go
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i will hook you up for colder weather later on. right now we have some high clouds out there and that is about it. we are starting to see that they can up and we will get more clouds in here through the afternoon. still not much. most of us will look like this throughout the day. we have high clouds but a lot of blue sky in between them and as a result temperatures have come up a good bit so we're up at 84. 81 in clearwater. 76 st. petersburg. most of us will be between 80 to 85 range into the afternoon. we are calling for temperature at 4:00 of 81 in tampa and a little bit higher in hourly observations around the bay
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we are looking great as we head into 7:00. and beyond that we are looking good overnight as well with temperatures falling to the 60s once again. here is the future cast taking you to 7:00. things to stay quiet. some clouds but not many and at times they will be thicker through the overnight. notice aside from a blip of green of the future cast there is no rain. what that means is we will get a sprinkle or two but that will be it. certainly no issue causing rain . we have the potential for wednesday late as this disturbance tried to get in here but offshore. i don't want to say we are completely out of the way in terms of rain chances late wednesday into thursday, but we're talking about eight but we're talking about 810% coverage so there may be a stray shower and that is it. once again we are quiet as we head into the weekend. you can see the rainfall forecast really focuses up into the florida panhandle and into
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that area, more widespread showers for the bay area. we will have a nice weekend as a result. because we continue to reinforce the cool dry air. we are looking for a really nice weekend with high temperatures around 80 degrees and overnight lows that fall to the 50s. at least for a few days. things are looking great for rib fast. temperatures around 80 degrees that night. looking perfect. temperatures around 70 degrees. light jacket if you are cold nature. busy weekend and the tampa greek festival going on saturday and sunday. looking great in south tampa. head out there and enjoy that and of course we have a ball coming up on sunday. a lot going on this weekend. and the forecast, we could not ask for a better one. the cool air continues into next week but we at the cloud cover a little bit by monday and if you strays two hours --
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the next work week. we see 70s and we like that. heading back to russia. today's election is a rap. the unique way a moscow cafi is predicting the outcome. tonight, 6:30 pm, cbs news election night coverage begins. we will have the election results on 10news at 11:00 stay up for the late showowith ep i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face.
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he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob...
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my dad was a family doctor in pinellas county for 55 years. he used to even take me on house calls. both my parents taught me to help others. that's why i believe in public service.
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tect social security and medicare. defend parenthood and women's health care. and i'll take care of our veterans. i'm charlie crist and i approve this message because i'll put you, the people first.
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people in russia are involved in today's election. >> a chain of cafis in moscow is trying to predict the outcome. >> they have a special item on their menu to represent clinton and trump. a number of raps sold will be tallied at the sales predicted the outcome. interesting. we were talking this morning. you see different shops or restaurants doing their own take on it. >> there are goats that are picking up and up based on vegetables. they have a lot of creative ways to do it. >> we will keep everything covered. there shouldn't be any issues today. >> we are looking great as you
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bob buesing... on the record. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did.
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... n't say that eher.
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>> nick: look at you, man. you're home! your mom and i, we prayed for this moment so many times. i didn't think it'd happen like this. doesn't matter. you're home. tonight, you're gonna sleep in your own bed. i'm gonna tell you stories. yeah, about your mom. i just wish she was here with us.


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