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who will be the next president? the polls open in about eight hours. trump and clinton are crisscrossing the country making the final push for votes. >> both were holding late-night rallies and you will hear from both of them in just moments. this is in grand rapids michigan. it is midnight and donald trump
we have team coverage on the eve of the election answering all the big questions. how do you know your vote will be counted? >> how do you know it will be safe at the polls? we get the answer tonight. we are in downtown phoenix where one group is praying. >> reporter: calm and peaceful. that is what you are seeing in street and what living united for change hope carries into election day. we are standing across the street to show you what 75 feet looks like. that is the distance from that circle to the white line in the road. that is the distance of the safety zone at every polling location that others will be taking action to protect. it is the one thing everything can agree on in this election. opinions and emotions are
intimidate. you are there to spot criminal activity. >> reporter: calling safety into question. safety is protecting against voter fraud. >> you see someone walking around with stacks of ballots, make sure you report that. >> reporter: international video call to action the oath keepers will photograph and follow suspects. comerica but county sheriff's office said be a good witness but do not cross the line. >> they have bad intuition and eight chase someone down and something that can happen. >> reporter: there will be six uniformed deputies focusing on all polling sites. >> if you're going into vote in your chanting and yelling it becomes a problem. >> reporter: red mountain united methodist church calling traffic a safety issue. parents say it is more than that.
>> reporter: keeping foot traffic moving after you vote. >> be proud you are an american and you did your duty. go home and wait for the results. >> reporter: if you need to report something talk to the election manager on-site first. they will call dispatch. you can call about any issues that happen outside the 75 foot range. voter intimidation is a real concern for people. remember that guns at polling places are illegal unless you are a peace officer. if you see someone armed with an 75 feet you can text guns down to 91990. a multistate blitz on the final night before the vote. trump wrapping up in michigan later tonight. clinton is in north carolina. each trying to make it clear tomorrow that we have different
chance to beat this corrupt system and deliver justice. for every forgotten man and for every forgotten woman and for every forgotten child in his nation. >> love trumps hate. let's get out and vote. philadelphia. tomorrow. let's make history together. thank you and god bless you. >> first l and president obama appeared with clinton in pennsylvania reflecting it on their own time in office while looking forward and issuing a call to action. >> can we count on you? can hillary count on you? we have to get this done. you have to get out and vote. >> reporter: tonight marks the end of weeks of campaigning by the president and first lady for clinton. trump is getting several big names to campaign for him. sarah palin spoke in cincinnati
>> it is bigger than the supreme court. it is bigger than shoring up our democracy with a republic. it is a culmination of all of that. all the makes america exceptional. >> reporter: as for where trump and clinton will be tomorrow night both say they were watch the election results in new york city. one big question we know a lot of you may have is how do you know your vote will actually be counted. department of justice identified 67 spots across 28 states including hours were they believe an extra set of eyes is needed. poll monitors will be around. if you have cast your ballot early, we took action it and put a link on abc15.com were you can check to see if your ballot was received . you will need your voter id and in some cases a drivers license number. arizona along the no one. polls going back and forth weather clinton or trump will win our state. something unusual for both parties.
trump for puttg arizona and play. it has been reporting for some democrats in the state. we are hopeful and confident. without that arizona would stay republican and nothing has changed. >> leaders of the state democratic party say they normally work on down ballot races at this point this year have pushed the clinton campaign efforts deep into traditionally red areas. republican say they have made more than 1 1/2 million calls for trump. here are five things you need to know before you head to the polls. they are open from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 pm. he must've vote at your neighborhood precinct. to to abc15.com to check your exact location. if you have an early ballot do not mail it just fill it out at your home and take it to the front of the line at any polling place. ballot harvesting is a felony but due to confusion this year election officials are urging you to bring in any ballot you
you can where a campaign t- shirt and show you support. such a big day tomorrow and abc news is showcasing a brand- new set just for the election. it will be the epicenter of the coverage which kicks off on good morning america. we kick things off all day. we are covering the big races and storylines and any surprises. we will have crews all across the state. tomorrow night at 10:00 we will have a special one-hour would newscast. a nice cool start to the day but the lows and the daytime highs are well above average for this time of year. a warm election day. as we climb into the mid-to upper 80s in the mid to late afternoon tomorrow. 10 degrees above normal and breezes are picking up. we will talk about how strong the winds will get in the cooler air it will bring. how far temperatures will drop this week. a suspected serial killer
we sat down with the family coming to grips with all of this in gilbert and remembering the father who never got to meet his only son. >> reporter: 13 years later the memory of scott ponderous to alive in his son. >> my pictures about my dad's death. >> reporter: the drawing with hidden symbols that foreshadowed a phone call. >> i did not think i would ever get this phone call. >> reporter: questions answered after detectives found a south carolina woman who had been missing for two months. >> related. i would've never put that crime with hours. >> reporter: the suspect told his captive he killed four people at a motorcycle shop in 2003 forcing him to confessed to police. >> the motorcyclist stolen. he came back to buy another one and felt like they were making fun of him. >> reporter: he came back for revenge killing melissa's husband his mother and two
>> it is hard to imagine that kind of conversation would make somebody that angry. that is disturbing. >> reporter: at the time she was seven weeks pregnant and her now 12-year-old boy said he is missing a part of him. >> i would have known myself more if he was alive. it could explain a lot. >> reporter: after staring at the sketch for more than a decade they are glad there is finally a phase. >> i don't forget him. i don't th >> i am happy feels like that. i don't. >> reporter: both of them will get the closure they deserve. >> i see a body that has no soul. no emotions. it is reopened a wind the needs to be addressed. it will start the healing process. it is totally different. >> reporter: i asked melissa what she would say to her husband suspected killer. she said she had nothing to say
that he took someone valuable and special and he did not ruin them at all. she plans on going to south carolina to visit his family within the next month. several websites showing chilling amazon reviews about weapons. we have not confirmed that he is the man behind his. one writes about a shovel and says keep in your car from when you have to hide the bodies an at home. new information on the situation at nobody should have to go through. a man witnesses his uncle's murder while also getting shot at the same time. police say the uncle is israel espino-sanchez . the other man is expected to survive. they say for men >> reporter: away from the scene on friday. three days later they say they are still looking for them. investigators are looking for answers and pace and after
never say they smelled gas in the air just hours before the explosion. spokesperson for lines gas had is increased to check it out and that is when the blast happened. a bank robber on the radar. he held up the air is a central credit union earlier tonight. he is wearing a black hoodie and gloves. he got away with the money. a neighborhood strip club heads major victory pain for those who live nearby. pink rhino has a liquor license . the club shutdown last year after a police raid. the club is near 36th street in van buren. neighbors say this was a major problem. we reached out to the new owner and i've yet to hear back. an update on an alley that is causing issues in a north phoenix neighborhood. home a study chased away two men at
15th avenue and dunlap. there is talk about closing down the alley after a man exposed himself to young girls. the city representative said who numbers have not put in an application to get the alley shutdown. shocking from showing. the legendary pictures showing a curveball at the media. a major update just announced and the brad pitt and angelina jolie divorce battle.
body camera video providing clarity from to crime scenes tonight. it is been nine months. a man shooting and killing his parents and his two little sisters before setting their home on fire. the video shows the aftermath inside the house. the gunmen eventually shot and killed by police. a closer look at what one can be police officer had to deal with after trying to arrest a guy accused of stealing from his ex-girlfriend. he got thrown to the ground and eventually taste. i point he hit the officer several times in the head and threatened to kill him. they took them off a city bus. he is looking at significant time behind bars.
tycoon he is wheeled into a courtroom. robert durst behind bars on weapons charges forced to enter a plea in the execution style murder of his friend. you may remember durst it was acquitted of murder in 2003 was recharged after an hbo documentary exposed new evidence some calling this trial the most anticipated case in los angeles since the simpson trial. it is expected to begin one year from now. actors angelina jolie and brad pitt hit reaching a custody agreement regarding their children. a representative said jolie will have full custody filed for divorce in september. the want accused freeway shooter scheduled to set for in a courtroom. he is accused of violating a
if you need a ride to the polls tomorrow a number of companies are offering to give you a discounted ride. if you are signed up with list you will get an email. for a discount. in over is offering a $20 off coupon. you have to use the promo code vote today. if it is the first time you are using them in the app discount ride is offering $10 off. our children are listening. that is what educators are saying. about the lasting effects of one of the nastiest elections. >> we spoke with one teacher tonight it will has a message for all moms and dads. >> reporter: they see it in class and on the playground. teacher said the election cycle has led to more bullying anger toward minority students and more fights. >> there is so much anger at home when they go to school they cannot even listen to another person's side when it
even they are afraid to talk about it as a simple civics lessons to teach kids how democracy works. as a result they fear kids will get the lesson on the and. the anger and the drill we have seen in this race is simply normal. their message talk to your kids. give them some perspective on what is supposed to be civil discourse. >> it is our responsibility to say i want you to eliminate world where people are nice to each other. i want you to live in a world where you except your friends for who they are >> reporter: teachers say it is clear. kids have already felt the effects of the election. it is up to the adults show them how the country moves forward. we are on record watch. tomorrow's forecast 89 degrees it puts us within distance of the record which is a 91. setback in 2007. high pressure still in control. future cast shows the building up over the southwest. this is what is keeping things
today. tomorrow we are talking 10 degrees above normal. we are currently at 74. normal for highs are 79. we are almost as warm as that at 10:00 at night. if you spots are dropping down into the 60s. much of central phoenix and areas to the north are in the 70s. as we look across the state it is 40 degrees in flagstaff. 61 in payson. temperatures in the 70s to the northwest. tonight the locations that down into the mid-60s. there are a couple of races hitting the freezing point or dropping below in the early morning hours tomorrow. a brief freeze and an above average temperatures in the high country. lows in the 40s for sedona prescott and payson.
temperatures out to the west and southwest in the 90s for tomorrow. yuma will hit 93. let's talk about the big story. we have a storm system we are watching to the east and associated with that is a cold front that is backing through new mexico tonight. this will calm closer to southeast arizona tomorrow. as that happens winds will pick up. let's look at future cast and talk about the southeast arizona doing it tomorrow which could be as high as 25 miles per hour. here in the valley hour winds about midday running at about 10 to 15 miles per hour. here's what it looks like hour by hour. breezes from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. we will start in the 60s and warm to 77 degrees. 84 at noon.
hills. here is the next seven days. temperatures drop about 5 degrees. as the breezes pick up it will bring in cooler air. 84 on wednesday. 82 on thursday . will be in the low 80s through the weekend before a little warm up on monday to 86 degrees. the weather word of the night is election. go to abc15.com and enter the word for your chance to win a given away to the dancing with the stars finale. wicking up to an intruder is scary. the surprise is what the homeowner did for the guy. lady gaga's bad romance. that is the same for some
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take the stage in michigan for his final campaign rally. we are just getting in the first official votes from new hampshire. they vote at midnight. all of the eight votes in that tiny mountain town are in. four a to clinton and two goes to clinton -- trump. sports sanderson ford. no seat has been hotter in baseball than that of the diamondback skipper. three managers in the last four seasons. hopefully the latest will stick. the falls on the shoulders of this man. tori lavelle low introduced as the new manager. he spent the last four seasons
it is a successful organization . the diamondbacks have had their share of struggles. but he told us today he is not concerned with the past. >> i will not really focus on that. i will not get blinded by the fact that the team wanted 69 games. i am more excited the type of layers we have year. the culture we will try to set here. from a dugout level. clubhouse level. and we are looking for smart tough race ballplayers that i feel is. and there is a great nucleus of players here. week nine of the nfl season finishes tonight with the seahawks hosting the bills. we want to show you another live pictures coming in from raleigh north carolina.
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