>> The most divisive, rancorous, mud slinging battle for the White House in recent memory is over. Now it's time for Americans to decide whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump gets to be the next president of the United States. New Hampshire kicking off Election Day with polls opening up at midnight Tuesday.
The small town of Dixville Notch giving Hillary Clinton her first official win.>> I voted for Hilary Clinton. Honestly, it was the lesser of two evils, which is terrible to say.>> Not a resounding endorsement, and there still a long way to go. Millions are expected to cast their vote by the end of the night in a race that's focused less on policy and more on personality.
Both Trump and Clinton crossing into early Tuesday on their final push. Clinton bringing along fire power to her biggest rally all political season. President Obama, his wife Michelle, and her husband former President Bill Clinton taking the stage before the crowd of 33,000 of Philadelphia, located in the critical state of Pennsylvania.
Then on to her final stop in Raleigh, North Carolina, another battleground state. Clinton's final message? One of unity.>> I know if we bring everyone together, we can set goals and we can move toward them, and we can feel that sense of accomplishment that comes with being part of something bigger than ourselves.
>> Trump taking a different tact in his final campaign stop, Michigan, where he hopes to turn a blue state Donald Trump red.>> Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency of the United States. Now it's up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box.
>> But Clinton has the upper hand. A Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation poll giving Clinton a 90% chance of defeating Trump. Reuters TV will have live coverage leading up to when the winner is announced.