. >> lots coming up here today the democratic candidate for vice president tim kaine will be joining us, senator tim kaine, i should say but little bit later in the broadcast and we will have also a later in this hour aliza colins from usa today. >> stories making news, it is the day after halloween. i brought in some leftover halloween candy, by the way. the la times took a look at exactly how much halloween you would have to eat to kill you right, because can can overdoes on sugar and die. it is a real thing but here is how they put it altogether. you would need to ingest 13 and a half grams of sugar for every pound of your body weight. so if the average american is 195 pounds, which they are -- >> average american? >> 195 pounds. you would have to eat about 155 fun-size snicker bars or 102 fun-size packages of plain m&m's, you have to do it in one sitting, in one sitting. >> well they're on sale now so it'll cost you $5. >> i have never eaten 555 fun- size -- >> i have come close. >> thanks for the warning. >> be careful and you sit down and you find in a candy bench spiral. >> one w
microphone, coming up midday at 11:00 and a live report at george nay son university ahead of tim kaine's visit.
rally in tampa, florida. at 4:00, a rally in fort myers, florida with senator tim kaine
. today, hillary clinton and tim kaine are targeting a number of states in an attempt to try to michigan, not yet lit up on our board, is suddenly in play. tomorrow clinton and president obama and bill clinton are all going to be saturating that suddenly into the battleground state. d donald trump and mike pence have no clear path. they are throwing spaghetti at the wall, trying to find some combination of new states, like minnesota, that will get them to 270 electoral votes. of course, they still have to win the traditional battleground carolina and find a couple of blue states to flip. iowa looks good. is it michigan? we have correspondents all over the campaign trail. we will begin in philadelphia where hillary clinton will be waking up this morning. that's where we find our kristin welker. philadelphia, what's this about? >> reporter: chuck, pennsylvania is a part of secretary clinton's firewall. in order to win here, in order to win the white house, she has to get large margins of african-american voters in urban a l philadelphia. that was on display during that katy perry concert h
clinton will be in south and central florida. her runningmate tim kaine will speak in sarasota at 4:45 and helping her on the trail will not just be presidents clinton and obama but also jay john bon jovi, who will host a get out the vote performance for clinton in st. petersburg today but remember this weekends rallies in the bay area are free to attend but you do need to reserve a ticket so check out our website abcactionnews.com. >>> a new poll shows hillary clinton picking up momentum 47- 43 per from but it's still considered a neck and neck race. >> the eelectoral map is tightening over the next couple days. here is abc with more on the >> [applause] >> wow. not great. but you're saving it for november 8? >> reporter: the race for the white house down to the wire and every last vote. hillary clinton and donald trump on a campaign bridge through battleground states. >> back in new hampshire, get out and vote. >> donald trump trying to pry the granite state into his column, with his outsider credentials. >> we are going to washington d.c. and the swamp. >> hillary clinton and pen
comes a few days after trump's visit to the voters. then on wednesday, tim kaine plans to deliver an event completely in spanish. >> and former presidential nominee, mitt romney, will hold a rally for john mccain at the cubs spring training park in mesa. >>> well, next week arizonans will vote in the presidential election but also prop 205. the measure to marijuana that has folks passion atly divided. tonight -- passionately divided. tonight we are taking you to colorado to see how legal marijuana is doing there. there are images of people smoking pot that may not be suitable for children. >> reporter: a night on approach to denver. making sure it works correctly than andrew freeman. >> how does your family react saying my son the pot czar. >> reporter: marijuana coordination for the state of colorado but everyone knows him as the state's pot czar. >> personally how did you view this proposition before it passed? >> i was nervous. mainly because being the first in the country to do there are a whole butch of consequences. [music] >> reporter: in just three years pot is colorado's big
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