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philadelphia. >> sure is, after months of campaigning election day has finally arrived. polls are opening right now in new jersey. and they open in pennsylvania, and delaware, in a hour. >> and just hours ago, donald trump and hillary clinton wrapped up a battleground blitz to drive the vote. we're live with decision day 2016. today is tuesday, november 8th, good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. it is election day, kate it and meisha have weather answer traffic. >> weather very quiet for sure. perfect for election day. >> we were doing that earlier, we should do it all day long, in fact, my hands hurt from clapping so much, the only hiccup we have, a lot of people will still take it easy, hit the roadways today, seeing some problems because of it, we'll get to that coming up. >> at least the weather again cooperative for us here and nice warming trends to go along with it, don't get me wrong. off to cold start here. see the temperatures read nags
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second. storm scan empty. we have light wind, clear sky, beautiful promise after sunrise, so you can see here with the light waves lapping up on the shore line outside in margate, off to pleasant looking start. but it is chilly factor in you have the clear sky, no atmospheric blanket to trap the heat in. and that has allowed the temperatures to drop off readily so at or below the freezing mark in many spots. we did crack the low even the 33 mark in a couple of locations last hour. but we are going to start to see model rebounds, back to substantial rebound later today. as the kids are riding off to school, make sure they have heavier coat. mid to upper 60s for the ride home, so maybe you're polling place is a school t looks like you could get away without the jacket even. if you are going later today. but, eventually, the nice warmth we expect, again the high expected to reach 68 degrees today. that's going to go completely by the wayside, we hit the weekend, with more of a december-like chill in the air. so, coming up later in the show, i'll show you how we get
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there, cold front, rain along the way, eventually that drop off. so blocking more of the detail coming up in the show. >> enjoy those 60s today. all right, katie, thank you so much. and good morning everyone. look at this. mass transit of course we know, right now, looking good. buses, trolleys, subways, back to normal. that's really going to help them ease little bit of that today. how much, it is still looking busy out, there so still give yourself little extra time. i would say no matter where you are going give myself at least extra 15, 20 minutes this morning, as we get back to the swing every things, still looking at interstate 95 pushing in the southbound direction at betsy ross bridge. all the way into the city you will start to slow down, in fact, see brake lights going off in the distance, beautiful shot here. it is just letting you know that we are starting to slow down just little bit. same story here in new jersey 42 freeway northbound, actually take that 295, what you are looking at a lot of headlights, a loft your neighbors and friends out there. so, join them, give yourself extra time. construction 95 north,
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scutters fall bridge, right lane block, going to be blocked through the morning return, just for the p.m. rush, will clear around 2:00 p.m. so heads up on that. all right, jim, rahel, back to you. >> thanks so much, meisha. small town in new hampshire gets the first word in campaign 2016. >> eight people in dix advance hill knocks vote at mitt night, hillary clinton vote four vote to two, johnson got a vote, and mitt romney got a write in vote there, as well. now the midnight vote is tradition dating back to 1960 >> and the first person on the presidential tickets to cast their vote is tim kaine. this is new video just in, as the democratic vp nominee at polling place in richmond. >> the polls have just opened in new jersey, will open in less than an hour in pennsylvania and delaware. everyone has until 8:00 tonight to vote. >> voter turn out expected to be good and the weather apparently cooperating. >> voting now underway as i said in the garden state. "eyewitness news" reporter jan
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carabeo live in west depford, new jersey, good morning, jan. jim, rahel, good morning. yes, ma'am, here we go. polls are officially open in new jersey, they just that at 6:00 in the morning. and behind me here at the red bank school in west depford a hands full of people are already inside casting their ballots. very excited to get this election day underway. now, here in the garden state it does seem hillary clinton will take the cake, democrat has done just that since 1992, but across the river, in pennsylvania, that state up for grabs, both candidates spent a lot of time in swing states, yesterday, trying to get out the vote to the very last minute. take a look at the video. hillary clinton had a midnight rally where lady gaga and jon bon jovi joined her on the stage, that was in raleigh, north carolina polls show clinton tied with trump in that state. and earlier in the night, clinton brought the star power to philadelphia. bruce springsteen, bill clinton, president obama and the first lady joined her on stage outside of independence hall. clinton spent the day pushing her message one final time.
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>> i'm here to ask you to vote for yourselves. vote for your families. vote for your futures. vote on the issues that matter to you, because, they are on the ballot, not just my name and my oponent's name. >> republican rival donald trump also spent his day cross-dressing the country courting undecided voters in battle ground state. sped through five rallies making stops in florida, michigan, new hampshire, north carolina and pennsylvania. very last minute, holding midnight rally in michigan, and he's vowing to beat corrupt system. >> i think we're doing really really well in pennsylvania. and i do believe we are leading in florida. so it will be amazing. >> now, both candidates will watch the results come in from
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new york city but a full day of vote something ahead here in new jersey, the polls are em, they did so at 6:00 in pennsylvania and delaware, the polls officially open at 7:00. they all close at 8:00 tonight. then coming up in the next half hour, we will take closer look at pennsylvania and the all-important role of that swing state playing in this election, for now in west depford, new jersey, jan carabeo, back to you. >> thank you. pennsylvania also playing a crucial role in the u.s. senate balance of power. >> voters are deciding the outcome of the battle that polls say is too close to call. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do live in wayne where one of the candidates will cast their ballot this morning. good morning, frank. >> reporter: well, good morning, rahel and jim. that's right, katie mcginty expected to cast her vote here today, and as the democratic challenger she has never held election office, but she is in a very tight race with republican incumbent pat tomorrow too many. tonight we will find out who will come out on top of what
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is regarded as the most expensive senate campaign ever. as democratic challenger katie mcginty seeks town seat pat toomey. >> this election is more in your hands than it is in mine. >> we know that we have to win. we have to. mcginty mcginty has some big names backing her. and allied so crucial to her campaign, critics question her ability to make independent decision, clinton becomes president. >> my only test is going to be good or bad for dollars good of pennsylvania. >> on the other hand toomey has refused to say whether he will vote for republican candidate donald trump. >> i have spoken out, and i have refused to endorse him because of the many concerns i have about him. >> even more at steak than being pennsylvania's junior senator, controlled the senate. the gop is struggling to hold onto its majority and conservative pat toomey is considered one of the most vulnerable senate incumbents. >> and senator toomey will
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cast his ballot in his home base of lehigh county. and stay with cbs-3 all night long. we will have reporters at both campaigns, covering them, as the returns come n for now, live in wayne, i'm trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> a loft people watching, frank, thank you. >> meanwhile in philadelphia, city off recalls tell us they are well prepared, and they want you to know the elections will be fair, across the city. despite some back and forth about voting, officials say you can be sure the process will goes as planned. >> our staff is working tirelessly to make sure that we have a problem-free election, and our vote rest able to go and vote with ease, and, you know it, might be that candidate's first rodeo, but it is not ours. >> in addition, staffers with the justice department will be in philadelphia monitoring the polls today to ensure a smoothie election takes place. >> delaware voters few decision toss make today in addition to new president, they'll also elect new member of congress to replace representative john carney junior, running for governor
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against republican state senator colin. other races on the ballot include governor, state insurance commissioner, wilmington mayor, and the chief executive of new castle county. and is your one stop on line resource for election day. you can find your polling place and see the results as they come into our news room, we'll also have fun election day previews to check out all at >> other news this morning, new this morning, police are searching for one of the men who barricade themselves inside strawberry mansion home after a botched burglary attempt. the men were spotted on real time crime cameras, breaking into a home on the 1900 block of judson street. the homeowner had recently died in the home, that was unoccupied at the time. police arrived and baricaded themselves in the home. one man got away, the other in custody. meanwhile also this morning, from west philadelphia, fire sends one person to the hospital, and forces seven p.m. from their homes. investigators say the fire started in the basement of a home near 42nd and parkside at
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about 1:15 this morning. five adult, and two children, are in the care of the red cross, the victims' condition isn't known right now, the cause of that blaze is under investigation. an investigation underway this morning, after philadelphia police shoot and kill a man in north philadelphia. it happened around 7:00 last night, on the 3100 block of north ninth street. investigators say the officers were looking for a man wanted for earlier shooting and when they tried to stop him they say he pointed a gun at them. the man died at the hospital. >> well, today is the first day in a week that septa service is back to normal. coming up: check on your morning commute. live at the frankford transportation center to see how things are running this morning. >> plus, a new warning about energy drinks and how they could put you at risk for serious disease. that's ahead in this morning's health watch. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> it is decision day, so get out there and vote. katie has you're election day
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and i approve this message. >> philadelphia commuters are waking up happy knowing septa is back to full speed this morning, also good news for people headed to the polls today. >> the polls or the strike i should say left commuters without ride to work or school, for very long days, and our sister station "kyw news radio" joins us on the phone, tim, you're at frankford transportation center. lou things looking interested? >> rahel, for the first time in a week here at frankford, septa is running at full force, the buses are in and out. the market frankford line trains are good to go. septa riders are gearing up where they left off before the strike. getting back to their full steam again, where they were before the septa strike. when the strike was hang,
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actually even before there was the strike, they were rumbling that there was major concern among public officials and city resident in general how would folks get around to vote if there was a strike. today and for a week we've been able to talk to so many rent a riders getting home much later than usual. so, for example, a gentleman told me his one and had a half hour commute turned into two and a half hour commute, would folks like him be able to get home in time to vote? and team talked about adding several blocks of walking for buses and trains, after long day of commuting would they be too tired to get out to their polling trays? these were posse electric son day problems related to the septa strike that never reached their full potential. there is a message actually now scrolling in front of many buses here that read don't forget to vote. reporting live in frankford, jim jimenez, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> , thank you, and welcome site for so many passengers. >> exactly there is wasn't welcome site.
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gigantic sinkhole in japan causing major problems, get a load of this. the gaping holocaust dollars power outages, and evacuations, authority believe, a nearby subway construction project may have played a part. no injuries were reported. >> that's all -- boy, i would going to say, callowhill, i used to complain. i won't plane seeing that, kale. >> i nothing complain about. >> at least not right now. looking ahead to picture perfect day. does in the get better than on november 8th. upper 60s, sunshine, the expectation, eventually though this mess will be crossing through, it is a relatively weak front, when it comes to the moisture content. that it is going to supply to our area. we do need good soaking rain, won't get it this time around. doesn't get here until tomorrow. so entire election day looks fine. you don't to worry about any wet weather out there. i do want to say you, track future wetter what it will bring tomorrow. tomorrow might be a morning where you want to set the alarm extra five minutes early because there will be at least some light rain that moves
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through here. about 4:00, 5:00 in the morning, far northwest suburbs, then likely moves over the i95 corridor as we are beginning to wrap up the typical rush. so pretty much at the peak, along i95, and mode yacht vicinity, and slight rain. isn't flooding rain. but enough that it will slow you down. the rain always does. then it should be getting out every here toward the early afternoon, maybe little return flow rather, helping to bring in light rain, through southern new jersey early afternoon then done with it by the evening drive. so p.m. drive looks fine. a.m. drive, not so much. meanwhile you're election forecast as we said, does it get better than in? i don't think so. sixty-eight, sunshine, light wind, comfortable warmth, it is just nice. off to a cold start though. don't get me wrong. we've got a lot of you down to near or even below the freezing mark so far this morning. we are going to spike very readily later on today. tomorrow, watching for the showers first half of the day. obviously is a cooler day, as women. meisha? >> katie, thank you so much. perfect weather today to go out and vote.
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looking outside, septa strike has ended so you can see how bus at this still is out here. what we are dealing with here, schuylkill eastbound approaching gladwynn, disable vehicle put off to the shoulder. next camera, 95 south past cottman, see if i go there, no, that was smoke you looking very busy. this is what we are talking about all morning long, this is why we are still seeing some roadways. i would say pretty busy this morning. now despite the fact septa has ended its six day strike, we are look good, subways, buses, trolleys, by the way septa vouchers for unused transpasses, make note of that. but a lot of people still worried about what they were telling with for six days, they are setting their alarms little earlier, still hitting the roadways, until back to norm tal will look busy out there. construction still lingering erring about, valley hill road, right lane is blocked there. a lot more coming up in a little bit. first we will take a break, stay right where you are. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right back.
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well, welcome back everyone, rahel, do you have pay attention to this, first story on the cbs-3 health watch, new warning about energy drinks. >> doctors at the university of florida are connecting some energy drinks to liver issues linked to accute hepatitis. now the warning comes after a 50 year old man reportedly drank five energy drinks every day for three weeks, ended up in the emergency room with
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flu-like symptoms, also yellowing of skin and eyes. the liver is not functioning correctly, then it is not filtering those out, that can cause build up of toxins that cause that itching and causes the yellow eyes. >> also, i don't think that much energy drink, the however, did he have underlying chronic hepatitis c infection, researchers say the excessive amount of energy drinks though is what causes liver damage. most recent reports said there is no conclusive evidence that links the energy drinks to hepatitis. >> everything in moderation. well, british scientists report vitamin e deficiencies are linked to increase risk of bladder cancer. the body produces vitamin d through exposure to the sun, like fish, eggs, doctors say, growing evidence points to the importance in maintaining adequate vitamin d levels. well, coming up: this presidential election has a lot of americans feeling a bit stressed. coming up a bit later, how to calm down after the cast your vote. >> plus, thousands of and
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again there is upcoming week edge, also pretty substantial, expecting coldest air of the season yet, to settle here in the delaware valley. so we struggle to even hit ooh own saturday, not much rebound, second half of the weekend but will be little milder, guys, we send it back into you. >> katie, thank you. >> and now for look at newspaper headlines, from across our region. >> from the news journal, 29 year old woman suffered possible smoke inhalation after a blaze tore through greenville home yesterday morning. the two alarm fire broke out just before 10:00 a.m. in the first block of north hampshire court. first call to the scene indicated a car in the garage of the home had caught fire. spreading to the second floor. >> the herald, prosecutors want chester county woman to undergo a pschiatric evaluation, after she hint that she was legally insane when she allegedly kidnapped a baby from the king of prussia mall. awaiting trial on charges of kidnapping and in connection with march 31 abduction. >> from the burlington county times, knitters and crocheters
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can join volunteers tears from across the state to celebrate america heart month by knitting or crochetting red hats for babies born in february. little hat, big hearts initiative, gives new moms a hand made red hat along with family health information. >> so precious. >> look at that baby, oh,. >> so cute. that's a look at some of the newspaper headline from around the del way val. >> i one of fall's favorite flowers on display right now at one of the best places to see them. >> the annual chris and thumb festival underway at longwood gardens, more than 17,000 are featured the single largest display of the mums in the u.s. among the flowers, the famous thousand bloom mum. it has 1500 blooms. festival runs through november 20th. >> well, coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", election day, we take a look at the must win's for each candidate. >> and now that they're done campaigning, it is up to the voters. hear from some people who have already cast their ballots in new jersey, meisha? >> all right, and looking outside this morning, septa
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has ended its six day strike, but all well this morning, we will show you the busy spots, first we will take a quick break, stay right where you are, cbs-3
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>> good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. it is types, it is the day to vote. here's what up need to know in your morning minute. >> not just my name on donald trump name on the ballot. it is the kind of country we want. >> reelection day is finally here. >> it is clinton. across the river in pennsylvania, it is a much tighter race. >> dix, ville new sham shire continues its midnight voting. hillary clinton, four votes, trump, two votes. has to decide one of the
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closest races in the country. this race is expected to be very closely a lined with the presidential rice. >> ♪ >> here comes the sun ♪ >> rocker jon bon jovi lending his star power at independence mall last night. >> i was sound a leap when that was going on, i go to sleep at 5:00 but they had great wetter. >> yes, great big crowd. certainly a chill in the air across the region, and still is right now. our temperatures are at or below freezing in many instances, but, the sun is just mere minutes away from rising here in philadelphia. it will rise officially at 6:38 this morning, so you're going to see some sun glare here for the second half of the morning rush, gorgeous day, just doesn't get better than there is so obviously in
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its own right today is a great day, great excuse to get outside. every course even better for you to go out to the polls. no weather-related issues whatsoever, frost advisories posted currently for another hour and a half or soy. in cape may county, delco, then all of the state of delaware, but, pretty much anywhere, don't be shocked if you do see frost out there, because the winds is light, sky is clear, and temperatures have drop off readily. here's where we currently stands, 36 in ac, 30 mount pocono, and you end up with the sort of crunchy grass effect i call it when that icing and the frost tends to set until over the grass. so, expect that you might night the extra time to be thawing out the windshield. generally speaking looking ahead to absolutely beautiful weather here today flirting with 70, on november 8th, that's a big deal, so coming from cold spot right now. but we are going to store almost 30 degrees by the time the day is all said and done in many spot. low, mid, upper 60s, no matter how you slice it, good looking day. >> beautiful day. perfect for election day. all right, katie, thank you so
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much. good morning to all every you just waking up with us. so glad you're here. septa strike has ended, that's great. but, we still very busy out on the roadways right now. looking at disable vehicle, schuylkill eastbound, approaching gladwynn. it was pulled all the way off to the shoulder. now name looking at the live shot it, might have just cleared. which is going to ease little tension here. see up in the distance a lot of brake lights going off letting us know how busy it is in this area. basically, all interstates and highways right now looking this wait take a look at interstate 95 pushing in the southbound direction past cottman. now, even before we have reached the 6:00 hour mark, this is what it was liking like. and during the septa strike, six days, we know how busy it was getting here. so i any a the love people at home giving themselves extra time. not bad idea, at least extra 20 at this point maybe even 30 minutes, as you are headed out the door this morning, yes, septa, subways, buses, trolleys, all back to normal this morning, which is absolutely going to help. but still going to be dealing with a lot of people hitting the roadway who are thinking
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just in case. just in case, i'm going to jump around the roadways. so dealing with a little bitty would say quicker slow down than we typically do on a tuesday, we know that tuesdays typically do get busy anyway. look at this, like i said, buses, trolleys, all of that looking good, and septa is vouchers for unused passes, great news. jim, rahel. >> great information. i posted it on my twitter and facebook feed, as well. well it is time to get out and cast your vote. >> polls are already open in new jersey, and they open at about 30 minutes in pennsylvania and delaware. jan carabeo live in west depford, new jersey where she just spoke with some early voters, jan, good morning. >> reporter: rahel, jim, good morning. that's right, they were waiting here before the doors opened at the red bank school in west depford, so they've already been in, cast their ballot, and moved off to work a lot of people i spoke to say they turned out early to beat the crowds. now, here in new jersey there is state will likely go to hillary clinton, it is gone to the democratic contender since 1992. but just across the river, in pennsylvania, that's a different story of course, pa, big swing state, so both
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candidates spent a lot of time there yesterday, trying to get out the vote to the very last minute. take a look at the video. hillary clinton brought the star power to philadelphia, blues springsteen, her husband bill clinton, president owe bamm, a the first lady all joined the democratic on stage outside independent dense mall, thousands of people turned taught see her, clinton spent the day pushing her message one final time to voters in a number of swing states, including admit night rally in north carolina. she and her supporters are urging voters to embrace helpful and inclusive america with their vote today. meantime, republican candidate donald trump also spent his day criss-crossing the country, courting indeed sided voters in battle ground states. one every his five rallies was in scranton, pennsylvania, trump needs to turn blue states red, in order to win the electoral votes needed to lands him in the white house. he, too, campaigned until the very last minute, holding midnight rally in michigan. he is vowing to beat a corrupt system. meantime here in new jersey, voters turned out early to get through those doors at six
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a.m. and cast their ballots. take a listen. >> i voted for hillary. one, because i'm just not feeling trump so much. i do see some of the things that he has to say. little abrasive. i think she little more polished. >> usually whether i comb here i am always first or second person here. when i pulled around the corner, two minutes of 6:00 it was jammed. i can't even believe that. i had to wait in line it vote. and i never wait in line it vote. so, very interesting. >> what's that tell but this election? >> very important. very, very important. so everybody needs to vote. >> i think it will be close. >> still a full day every voting ahead, polls open officially here in new jersey at 6:00. they open in both delaware and pennsylvania at 7:00. and then voting comes to an end, at 8:00 p.m. tonight. we will cover it up a all for you. for now live west depford, new jersey, jan carabeo, "eyewitness news", back to you. >> jan, thank you. >> at least stand in line to
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vote. well pennsylvanians will elect more than just a president, republican senator pat toomey in tight battle with katie mcginty. now the latest pole show the candidates are separated by only one or two points. the winker help determine which party ends up controlling the united states senate. between the president and the senate's balance of power, pennsylvania voters hold a lot of clout this election year. >> we brought in from our sister station wpht in the afternoons from 3:00 to 6:00. of course heard so much about these battlegrounds. what do you think? do you think pennsylvania will actually help decide the next president. >> no doubt in my mind about. that will i think it is very, very clear pom morning we will wake up, or some of us just won't go to bed tonight. who ever won pennsylvania will be the 45th president of the united state of america. >> rich, what are the campaigns doing to get out the vote today? >> jim, last night, i mean, were you in bed, go to bed at 5:00 but everybody else watching the concert on the mall. and bruce springsteen, bon jovi, the obama's, we've never
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seen first of all a president of the united states, a sitting president, spend so much time on the campaign trail, and scavaging somebody else's opponent. this is really unprecedented. i think it tells you that the democrats are particularly nervous about turn-out in places like philadelphia. and if mrs. obama, mrs. clinton, doesn't bring the black vote in the city to up where obama's was, down significantly, just got real problem on election day, so get out the vote, really going to be concentrated democrats in philadelphia, for donald trump, it will be the western part of pennsylvania, where he has to get that, you know, that white vote, say the blue collar white, without a college degree vote, that's trending very, very strongly toward donald trump, two demographic, so different, jim >> push the get out to vote. hillary clinton of course has bruce springsteen, john bon jovi, katie perry, all helping her get out the vote in philadelphia. do you think those celebrity concerts actually work? >> i don't know.
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i asked governor rendell when he was on the show, because i think a lot of people like to see a free concert. but then again, i have to tell you, i left me studio yesterday, and the lines were wrapped as far as could you see, people waited for hours to get in there. i have to think that if you waited hours to get in there, it is probably because it was bigger for you than just hearing brouse springsteen or bon jovi who, let's face it, you get to turn on to the radio and listen to, so i i have to think it is a sign of entheusiasm. but again pennsylvania, today's election day, right, not last night. wasn't like they could take you from the rail last night to the polls today. so will people wake up today and still have that feeling of entheusiasm that the president translate today them last night or will they go oh, good concert, i'm staying home. >> rich, what's a must win for trump, what's a must win for clinton at this point? >> florida, florida, florida, as the old saying goes. look, we will know tonight, i think if this race is going to be over early or late. here's what i mean by that jim f donald trump loses florida it will be a very early night f trump wins florida, it is going to be a very long night.
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the notion there is this breakfast style movement that is happening. and that means suddenly now donald trump is going to be an extremely competitive in michigan, extremely competitive in pennsylvania which is already feeling competitive for him. i would say dig in, kids, get some coffee, because it will be a long night. >> one more quick question. if he wins florida, say, hypothetically, how important do states like north carolina come? we've heard so much about north caroline in recent days. >> i think if he wins florida he wins north carolina sort of pattern there that emerges, and it will be a very, very different night. so, when florida ends, when they close florida, and they report florida, remember two, different time zones. when all said and done, we will know i think really where this election is headed, of course, also the possibility, florida could be too close to call in which case again it will be a long night. >> dangling chads from the nine 90s. >> oh, don't up miss the chads? got to miss the chads, flight. >> oh, back 16 yearsing. >> we could all use a nice election night, flight.
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>> thanks, river, as always, appreciate it. >> thank you. >> pennsylvania voters are also choosing a new attorney general. >> democrat john shapiro takes on republican john rafferty. both montgomery county natives. shapiro shares montgomery county board of commissioners and is former state representative. ralph earth ski state senator and former state deputy attorney general. and both talk about their stance on gun control. >> well, we need to beef up our gun violence task force, philadelphia, pittsburgh, all across pennsylvania. to make sure we get guns out of the hands of criminals, while still protecting people's second amendment right. if the balance can be struck, i know how to strike it. >> already talk about the legislature, about beefing up again, using resources the attorney general's office, law enforcement community, local da, and the intel unit to go and get these illegal guns off the street. >> and, earlier this year, attorney general, kathleen kane, was convicted of leaking secret grand jury documents, and then lying about it under oath. both candidates now say they hope to repair the damage done during her time in offers.
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>> now, vote letters see ballot questions across our area, one such question in pennsylvania asks if the city should borough nearly $200 million for a list of departments. >> and new jersey voters will be asked whether all revenue should go to the transportation trust funds. that money includes the estimated 1 billion a year that will come from the recent 23 cents gas tax increase, repairing roads, bridges, now, know will not make the new gas tax go away. >> now, up next, we will take a look at how the election impacts wall street. >> plus, feeling a little anxious, jim? >> sometimes. >> the election, women, apparent lip you're not alone, how to get help dealing with all this election next. >> i patrick gallon do solemnly swear i'll execute as president of the united states of america. we're here at the national constitution center getting ready, it is time to get out at vote. and we are head to the white house.
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read enough to stay inform, but don't bing on local news. you also while having meaningful discussions about political ideas, try avoid an argumentment also if you really want to be pro-active, get out and vote today. >> i've been more stressed on watching polls on facebook, i don't know but, but i've had to hide from people. i don't care who you vote for but don't be yelling about it on my fast book page. >> it is interesting, i know, several people that had friendships ends because of this. >> even relationships. >> it is interesting. >> it is very interesting. it will be an interesting study that somebody i'm sure that someone will fun. the next study, right? looking at the weather watchers and what they have to say, actually real beautiful pictures coming in this morning, dow like this one, it is the sun coming up this morning. just beforehand, anyway. couple of wisp of red how they describe it here, sent this one in from the chestnut hill
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area. temperatures up and down basically i95 here, the outskirts, that are kind of al over the place. you have got 43 degrees reading right now. that comes in from lisa kerrigan, in wilmington. little more of urbanized community, whereas you've got a whopping 26 degrees currently, from mary ann, and she's out in the browns mills area. so, remote location, ie, probably colder this morning, but everybody off to chilly start. and that said, we are eventually going to rebounds nicely, region wide. now, it is election day obviously, a lot of battleground state, whether it is specifically only really going to be affecting portions of the great lakes, in terms of battleground country, the entire east coast is dry, courtesy of high pressure, really is looking nice, maybe few showers in the panhandle of florida, but overall, really ohio, michigan, get any wet weather at all. here in philly, and pa, just in general, it looks gorgeous. because we do have high pressure on our side. that will same front comes tomorrow. bridges in scattered showers, generally the window five to three. we are talking about much out of it.
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probably no more than quarter of an inch. quickly checking the seven day, because i have to show you saturday, the coldest air so far of the season folks comes this weekend. but calling all teachers. teachers listen up. we want you to join the cbs weather team at the franklin institute on tuesday december 6, from 9:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. we will be there sharing ideas for how you can inning rate width near your classrooms, also become extension of our team, the website meisha? >> wonderful, all right, katie thank you so much the so election day, septa strike over. almost going to be 07 degrees. we are pushing in this week, as a team, we are awesome. looking outside right now, vine looking pretty good push in the westbound direction toward the schuylkill. see some brake lights going off shore. but actually far cry from what we've been dealing with over past six days of the septa strike. so looking pretty good on the vine, kind of holding stealth i had here, sure do you have give yourselves time for all of the usuals, but this actually looks better than interstate 59 pushing in the southbound direct, that's really busy hey look at this,
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absolutely gorgeous shot of the ben franklin bridge. coming from jersey westbound into center city. starting to heat up little bit there as well. then we look at the schuylkill, nice, beautiful sunshine, it will give you some sun glare, slow down little bit because of it. pass the sunglasses, you'll need them. schuylkill avenue at city avenue, busy, then moving in the westbound direction, hard to see with all of the sun glare, but it is very busy over on that side of the schuylkill, as women, so eastbound, westbound, by city avenue, plus we have an accident out there, skippack pike at old 40-foot road. back to you. >> thank you, meisha. wall street bracing for the presidential election results. >> surprising outcome might impact the stock market. business analyst jill schlessinger joins us live from new york to explain. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. >> so, jill, what do investors think will happen today? >> reporter: up until the past couple of weeks, is the and p500 has been loosely tracking hillary clinton's odds of winning, as things improve for her so does the stock market. from the time the fbi director
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broke through last friday's close s&p 500 wasow 3%. and looking, at yesterday, 2.2% jump higher after the fbi said no new evidence had been found for charges against clinton. so you say why do investors not like trump? they're very nervous about his desire to potentially start a trade war, restrict immigration, both of those are seen as big negative's for the stock market. now, here we have recent research concluding that, are you ready, trump victory would quote row deuce the saul of the sap500 by ten to 15%. i'm not saying that's going to happen, guys, but we could real be in for a period of volatile at this. >> interesting, jill. his trip, any guide to what we might expect? >> well, sometimes when doctors an unexpected outcome, there can be pretty negative stock reaction. right? we saw that with brakes is. but gee back to 68 years, pew i thought to be the favorite to win the presidency.
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it was a shocked, harry truman,s and 5500 down by 10% over the next few weeks. we go little more recent history, in the year 2,000, when the country had to wait for the supreme court to be weighing in on recount, stocks dropped by almost 5%, during the week after the election. are remained pretty volatile during the 36 day period after polling day. i've got a lot more on election surprises and markets, jason money. com. keep breathing and please do not mess with your portfolio right now, let it be. >> buckle your seatbelts. >> just hang on, jim, thank you. well, today vote letters decide which presidential candidates will be head today washington, d.c. >> but this morning, "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen already headed to the white house, thanks to a special exhibit. he's live at the national constitution center where visitors can look back at reelection history, also take part in election day theme activities, pat? >> where is he? he's voting? >> yes, yes, good morning, guys, yes. hold on, hold on, i'm busy in
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election central here at the national constitution center. and i'm voting for myself. so, i've just, all right, i'm good, voted for myself. good to go. my vote is in for me. because why not? so here at election central at the national constitution center you can learn everything about presidential history, about the history of our country as you know such great place, such a great day as election day, this is sarah. good morning. >> morning. >> let's talk about the electoral college. a lot of people don't quite know how it works and what it is. so what is it? >> so it is actually the body of people who will be voting for a president. today when we're going to the polls we are actually voting for slate of electors from our state, who support the candidate that you vote for, and then they will actually meet in december to actually vote for the president. >> okay, so, we've heard so much about florida being an important state. north caroline is an important state. right here in end pen, this is also one of the most important states when it comes that in a. >> yes.
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we have plenty of electric there are al votes, people we have in congress, all of our representatives, senators together. and even though we lost electoral vote over the years because of the population, industrial one of the top states with the most electoral vote. even though we've begin to the democratic candidate since 1992, a lot of the elections have been very close. so both parties still really want to win the state of pennsylvania. >> okay, so i just voted for myself hoping i win, fingers crossed, giles, jim and rahel will vote for me as well. near election central part of bigger display that you guys have going on here, talk about all of the things happening. >> yes. so we have our headed to the white house exhibit, been up for couple every months, end up at the end. year, still come, learn about the process, electoral process all the way to the ends of the year. weaver a loft great programming going on today, we have trivia games, arts and crafts, presidential dress question contests trying get the most presidential reenactors, in anyone place ever. >> oh,. >> so if you come dressed as a president it is $5. if you come with your i vote
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it sticker that's $5. so great day if you're off from school, bring the kids, come on down. >> a lot of kids off from school today. perfect plates to common reelection day, jim, rahel, i know you're voting for me, i'm try to get sarah to vote for me. vote for pat. >> mr. gallen heads to washington. >> appreciate it, pat amazing job, great place to advice. >> i good exhibit. >> exactly, we will be right back with three to go. at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests -
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>> before you leave, a special election three to go. >> campaign through the very last minute, both held midnight rallies, clinton in north carolina, trump in michigan. >> pennsylvania vote letters pick between republican incumbent pat toomey and katie mcginty. race mow expensive senate race in contest in history, one of my friends just sent me message on facebook, lined 100 deep in montgomery count. >> i wow important county. and the polls already open in new jersey, looks like we had one more minute until they open in pennsylvanian delaware. all close at 8:00 tonight. >> that's three to go. cbs this morning is coming up next. and remember to join us early tomorrow morning, here on cbs-3 for all of your election results. now we leave you with a live picture from the national constitution center. >> have a great day and get out and vote. your vote counts.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ ♪ good morning. it is election day, tuesday, november 8th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." who will lead america? tens of millions head to the polls after hillary clinton and donald trump made their final pith. democratic runni ning mate tim kaine and republican son eric trump will be with us. turns out across the country, watching the polls, and our elections director will provide an inside look at how each state calls the news. hackers go inside a secret government cybercommand center working to protect your votes. >> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds.


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