>> With less than a week to Election Day, Hillary Clinton taking a sudden swing west to battlegrounds Arizona and Nevada. A surging Latino vote giving Democrats new hope of flipping Arizona from red to blue, due to Trump's hard line immigration stance. Reuters correspondent Andy Sullivan has been on this story in Arizona.
>> Arizona has emerged as a surprise battleground state in this election. It's been one of the most reliably conservative states for decades, even as the Hispanic population's growing. Democrats have thought that they might be able to compete in Arizona sometime down the road, but it appears that this year is gonna be competitive.
One big reason is that Hispanic activists have done a tremendous job in registering new voters. There's one group out there that I spoke with that had been trying to sign up 70,000 new Hispanic voters for this election, they ended up signing up 150,000. Motivated by Donald Trump's strident anti-immigrant rhetoric, a big part of this campaign.
>> We need everybody->> The move coming amid signs of tightening polls in swing states in the wake of the renewed FBI probe of Clinton's emails. In Nevada, where President Obama won twice and Clinton has been running ahead, RealClearPolitics now showing Trump taking a slim lead.>> Imagine with me, what it would be like to have Donald Trump sitting in the oval office.
Someone who demeans women, insults Latinos and African Americans.>> With your votes you can beat the system.>> Trump hitting Florida Wednesday, the biggest prize among the swing states, exploiting signs that African American early voting has been weak in the state compared to 2012.>> It'll be hard for Trump to win if he doesn't carry Florida.
Huge state, increasingly diverse, used to be more Republican, now is tilting Democratic. Polls show that it's very close there.>> Putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing.>> Clinton countering with a new wave of ads attacking Trump's fitness.>> The fate of the republic rests on your shoulders.
>> Clinton's need for massive turn out also behind President Obama's second straight day on the trail for Clinton. In another place Trump is making a late surge, North Carolina, where Obama won in 2008 for the first time in a generation but lost in 2012.>> Let's finish what we started.
>> Clinton had been leading here, but now a toss up.