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A last-ditch race for votes across battleground states

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A last-ditch race for votes across battleground states

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COMING UP:A last-ditch race for votes across battleground states

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>> The dark clouds of an FBI investigation lifting, Hillary Clinton stepping out into the sunshine Monday for a last blitz through the swings states before Election Day. The Democratic Presidential candidate making two star-studded stops in Pennsylvania, featuring President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle, and rock star Bruce Springsteen.
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Followed by a visit to Michigan and a midnight rally in Raleigh, North Carolina.>> In one day, we are going to win the great State of Florida, and we are going to take back the White House.>> But racking up even more air miles on the stump today, Donald Trump the Republican hitting five battleground states, Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, and ending with a late day rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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>> Nobody in this room can believe what's going on with the FBI and what's going on with the Department of Justice.>> The race turned upside down after FBI Director James Comey informed Congress the Bureau was once again looking into a trove of Clinton emails. Then on Sunday, basically saying, nothing new here.
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But the unprecedented disclosure so close to Election Day giving Donald Trump a boost, with several polls showing the race tightening both nationally and in key states. One standout in this race remains. A high number of voters still appear to be undecided. Nearly one in five, according to Reuters polling.
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And that means forecasters should be ready for anything.