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live from cbs 5, breaking news. >> seconds away and now midnight on the east coast and yes, voters are heading to the polls as we speak. this is a live shot from new hampshire. they have a long-standing tradition of casting ballots the moment the clock strikes midnight. that is what you're seeing there. >> and tonight, the tradition presidential candidates now making their final push for votes. >> you got to get out and vote. >> let's swamp them. >> pennsylvania, let's swamp them. >> once and for all, yes love trumps hate. let's get out and vote. philadelphia, tomorrow, let's make history together.
many will go out and cast your ballots. >> this time around, we want to make sure you have all of the answers you need when it comes to voting. we're joined live outside of the polling place. >>reporter: yes, they're hoping voters won't experience those long lines. they have more of these sites set up and if you head out in the morning or in the evening, here are a couple things you should keep in mind. beginning with something brought up by donald trump. >> the election is being rigged by corrupt media pushing false allegations and out right lies. >> he went onto encourage people to show up at the polls
but they said leave that to the parties. >> they can't go in and perform their own types of poll monitoring. you'll interfere with other voting, and that's a crime. >> and guns aren't >> election marshalls will call mcso if anyone violates the rules and refuses to leave. >> the most important things, they're open from 6:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. and bring an id but don't just at any precinct, you have to vote in your assigned precinct
on our mobile news app. >> an answers, check it out. more than 1-million people have voted early and 338,000 registered democrats and just over 433,000 registered as republicans and look at the independents, 277,000 for the independents. >> an early ballots. more than 7,000 have been flagged, 5,000 questionable signatures and 2,200 weren't signed. but they said, anyone who has been affected should have been notified. >> we continue our 24 hours on the campaign trail. and tonight, the very real concern of cyber hackers and
tomorrow? the big concern, should we be worried that this election system could get h hacked. >> it's a real concern and it's easy to understand why. >> arizona was targeted this summer but the fear of a cyber attack tomorrow could do more damage than the reality of the threat. >> why are you >> [laughter]. >> forget about deadlines. >> used to be a reporter. >> exactly. >> so, let's go do this. >> we're going to do it in your car or mine? >> i'm not sure. what happened to the lexus? >> want to get coffee? >> dennis, campaigns, specially statewide, they'll drive you crazy.
>> waiting for you. >> wrong story there. >> obviously, hacking is a really big issue right now. we've seen some in the past. arizona and in one sense it's been ground zero for them. >> they found out by russian hackers but the reality is, is our voting machine that you use tomorrow, they're not connected to the unhackable for that reason. and in addition, there's a paper trail. if there's any question, they can count by hand and our election tomorrow should be safe from hacking. >> and again, a lot more people are worried it could undermine the creditability. the big point here for any voters, who are worried. it's not connected to the
that. if there's question about the election results, they can check on the old school way. >> send it back to you guys, in the studio. >> we had technical problems with the right story airing but we'll have that story put up on the website and on the mobile app. very interesting if you have any concerns about hacking, we'll have that story on there. >> the election is like live tv, it's un down right nasty but they're praying for a peaceful election. they're holding a prayer vigil ahead of their final push to get first time voters to the polls and they're handout fliers with information and details on the id required to cast their ballot. volunteers are going to make sure that once people get to
comfortable. >> we have voter protectors, so they ensure people aren't being intimidated. >> and not only that, they'll be giving people who need rides to their precincts, they'll supply them tomorrow. >> download our free mobile app, it's in the palm of your hand, and we have the answers for tomorrow's election. quick on the campaign icon and get the late your smartphone as they come in, our breaking news news throughout the news tomorrow. police in south carolina now say they've found another bod body on todd kohlhepp's land. he served time in arizona for kidnapping in the '80s and he killed scott ponder and his mother years ago and they were two of four murdered at a
weeks pregnant at the time of his death. she lives here with her son now. >> my mom said he might get a death sentence and i thought no one deserves to die even though he killed my grandma and my dad. >> the 45-year-old is a registered sex offender and authorities are searching his police investigating after someone made a threat against willow canyon high school. they don't think it's a credible threat but asking anyone who knows anything to call surprise police. fire investigators still trying to figure out what sparked a weekend explosion that leveled an apartment. six people injured and some lost everything and the
help. they started the payson crisis refund. they're collecting furniture and some are offering their services for free to the victims. >> imagine the impact we can make if we did this all of the time? >> on thursday, volunteers organize all of the donations so victims can take what they planning meal delivery. thanks, big election day tomorrow. polls open at 6:00 a.m. and temperatures will cool down. and then we're going to get to the high of 89 at 3:00. 10 degrees above average. around then we cooldown to 82 when the polls close.
passing by. and winds at 5 miles per hour. satellite and radar, mostly clear and this is what we'll experience tomorrow. clear conditions through the afternoon and the winds will be preseason off and on. and then temperatures top off in 80s and that 7-day planner. and tuesday and wednesday and then things cooldown by the end of the workweek. and friday, and then mi and activities planned. great weather over the weekend. we got your answers for election day. and we're not done yet. coming up, answers on how poll workers gear up for maybe big lines. and when it comes to election night coverage, they better just move over, cnn, fox
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getting back to our special report. 24 hours on the campaign trail and many are woie explains the fear of cyber attacks may cause more damage than the reality of the threat. >> employees of the secretary of state's office are testing voting machines. critical before any election. but doublely so this year. >> we did have a computer that was hacked in one ever our counties. >> it happened in july and made headlines. russian hackers tried to get
system. >> it's scary to get contacted by the fbi. and say there was a user name and a password belonging to us that was for sale on the dark web. >> secretary of state michelle reagan said no data was stolen but a real wake-up call to a new and real threat. in september, they identified 192,000 hacking attempts and >> it's a criminal casing a joint. >> attorney james goodnow handles these and it's a new reality he said. >> up until now it hasn't been one. >> but there's a silver lining for now, when it comes to cyber hacking and tomorrow's election. the system that was hacked was
that's hooked up to the internet. our state's voting machines, they're older, and not online. they're unhackable. >> we're talking about machines that aren't hooked to the internet so we feel safe that those are not able to be hacked by outside groups. >> she's trying to make sure voters know that, even a perceived threat could problems. >> what's the real danger? >> the far greater concern is the panic that results when people think that the systems may in fact be hacked. >> once again, polls open ap6:00 a.m. 724 polling locations spread out and poll workers will set up the polling booths and
times down especially compared to what we saw in march. >> we have more, you have to go to your assigned polling place. there may be lines and we'll expect that. i've just, the anticipation for this election, so, we're trying to make sure that the lines keep to 30 minutes and see how the day goes. >> security is a big concern. the sheriff's office will have deputies to drive respond to problems. >> tomorrow's election could be a turning point in the debate over marijuana nationwide. 9 states including arizona will vote on recreational or medical marijuana. we're joined now with details on a local company's efforts to offer coverage. >> if you can see it, this is the virtual set for marijuana
radio. they're doing 6 hours of live rolling coverage on cannabis only and it's the first election night internet broadcast of its kind. >> it's got the glitz and graphics of a network broadcast. and that's exactly the point. >> when the marijuana issue comes up, it a denigration or demeaning of the serious nature of it. and we're looking to add to this coverage, treating it as we would treat any other social justice issue. >> he's used to doing advocacy
i've been a part of and live reports in all five states where marijuana legalization is on the ballot. their goal, clear up questions. >> is it more potent and more dangerous and are things going well in colorado? we want to present this fair an balanced and factual. >> by the time their broadcast ends, california an florid maine will vote to legalize it. >> you heard it first. and the live broadcast is at 4:00 p.m. arizona time. a link to that is on our cbs 5 mobile app and the opponents in arizona are making their final push before the election. volunteers had a phone bank.
arizona and they said studies show traffic deaths have gone up in colorado and it would make government in arizona bigger. >> the first monies going in terms of revenue are going to fund a new government. department of marijuana. and what is left over goes to school and it won't be much. >> the vote on prop 205 is projected to be the campaign predicts it will be decided by less than 4,000 votes. if you took your dog to a dog park, there's a very bad outbreak of parvo, 20 cases have been recorded at just one vet clinic connected to the crossroads dog park. it takes only one to contaminate an entire area. see your vet if you are concerned.
horses along salt liver last month at pirate's island off bush highway. a valley men who spends his night selling copper coins is in for a big surprise. a woman who drives him to help him has started a gofundme page and it has gone viral. >> paul stands on the corner of 32 and and cactus to make money because his social securit and now a woman who is amazed at his determination is lending a helping hand. >> there are wonderful people in this world that want someone to help and someone to reach out to. >> and even more amazing, the gofundme page, spread like wildfire. we're not sure if he knows, the
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heading to the final hours of the election. stay with us, and start your day with "wake up arizona" and they'llha at 4:30 a.m. >> and then starting at 4:00 p.m., cbs 5 news teams up with 3tv for the most comprehensive coverage in the valley. open up our mobile app and click on the 2016 icon. >> warm one tomorrow and starting in the 60s and a high of 89 degrees.
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>> yesterday "the new york times" reported that donald trump's staff took away
his twitter account. the following is a cartoon reenactment of his reaction. >> all right. here we go. all right. all right. 3:00 a let's see what i can pinch out. "crooked hillary along with jay-z and beyonce-z totally incited violence at my rallies. sad. hashtag "99 problems and hillary is all of them." end tweet. kellyanne, i can't tweety tweet. >> donald, i told you. your twitter has been disabled. >> unacceptable. i'll tweet about it.