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Clinton, Trump campaign in battleground states

Reporter: Jennifer Johnson 丨 CCTV.com

11-04-2016 05:55 BJT

US presidential candidates are targeting key tossup states as they try to win over voters just 5 days before the election. Both nominees will be courting voters in North Carolina, one of many Battleground states.   

Donald Trump is urging voters in Jacksonville to get to the polls, saying the FBI's investigations into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and associations with the Clinton foundation will have dire consequences.

“She is likely to be under investigation for many, many years. Also likely - to conclude in a criminal trial," Trump said.

Clinton courted the Latino community in Arizona, hoping to pluck that republican state away from Trump.

"Arizona has only voted for a Democrat for president once since 1948," Clinton said.

That was in 1996 for Clinton's husband. She celebrated a big win early this morning. The Chicago native watched the cubs win the world series.

Clinton heads to north Carolina today where the democrats are concerned about low voter turnout among African-Americans.

"She is counting on black women driving the vote and so that's really who she's been hitting in Ohio, North Carolina, in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin," Talk show host with TV One Roland Martin said.

President Obama campaigned for Clinton in Miami today, urging voters not to put Trump, a former reality t.v. star in the oval office.

"This isn't a joke. This isn't Survivor. This isn't the Bachelorette. This counts." Obama said.

Obama urged the young crowd in this tossup state to vote and vote early.

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