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Hillary Clinton holds an unscheduled news conference to talk about FBI inquiries into her emails after a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa. REUTERS/Brian Snyder - Donald Trump appears at a campaign roundtable event in Manchester, New Hampshire. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Election day is almost here and the campaigns for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton busy racking up air miles crossing the country holding rallies to get out the vote. Following are some of the morning headlines as Donald Trump battles Hillary Clinton for the presidency.

FiveThirtyEight: Election Update: The Campaign Is Almost Over, And Here’s Where We Stand

We’ll take this opportunity to pause for breath — there have been surprisingly few polls released so far today — and regain perspective on the presidential campaign. So grab a seat on the couch and call Bobby and Mabel in from the yard: It’s time for 10 questions about where where the race stands. We published previous editions of this feature on July 15, Aug. 15, Sept. 6, Sept. 25 and Oct. 16, in case you want to see how smart or stupid our thinking was at various points of the campaign.

TimeInside Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s Final Dash

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump began a final, frenetic dash as the presidential campaign entered its last weekend, with the Democratic nominee defending her lead against a late effort by her Republican opponent.

New York TimesPresidential Election: Clinton Tries to Run
Up a Lead as Trump Seeks a Breakthrough

Hillary Clinton hopes to take advantage on Sunday of her last, best chance to draw supporters to the polls before Election Day, as early voting winds down and a spike in Latino turnout across the country appears to be giving her an edge in battleground states.

PoliticoLatino voting surge rattles Trump campaign

Hispanic voters could be poised to deliver a historic rebuke to Donald Trump and the Republican Party.

Early-vote statistics from battleground states with large Hispanic populations show record turnout among a bloc that has voted at a lower rate than whites or blacks in past elections. If, as some polls suggest, Hispanic voters are supporting Hillary Clinton by blowout margins, these numbers could sink Trump in a handful of states that are essential to his path to 270 electoral votes.

FOX News: Trump focuses on blue states while Clinton will crisscross battleground states on race’s final Sunday

Republican nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed that he can be competitive in states long considered Democratic territory. On Sunday, the real estate mogul will test his appeal to voters outside the GOP heartland by holding rallies in five states that all went for President Barack Obama four years ago.

Democrat Hillary Clinton, by contrast, planned events in Ohio and New Hampshire, traditional battleground states where recent polling has shown her either in a virtual tie or trailing Trump.

Washington PostTrump in final stretch pursues new opportunities to reach 270 electoral votes

With hours until Election Day, the wildest U.S. presidential race in memory has grown more competitive in most of the battleground states, although Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton continues to hold a broader path to victory than Republican Donald Trump.

The political map suggests that Clinton can lose several key states long assumed to be in her column and still reach the 270 electoral votes she needs to win.

Trump, meanwhile, has a new reason for optimism, as a growing number of states appear potentially within his grasp. But to win, he would have to take nearly all of them.

Latest polls from RealClearPolitics:

Sunday, November 6
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein IBD/TIPP Tracking Clinton 43, Trump 44, Johnson 5, Stein 2 Trump +1
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton IBD/TIPP Tracking Clinton 45, Trump 44 Clinton +1
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 43, Trump 48 Trump +5
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein ABC/Wash Post Tracking Clinton 48, Trump 43, Johnson 4, Stein 2 Clinton +5
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton ABC/Wash Post Tracking Clinton 49, Trump 44 Clinton +5
New Mexico: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Albuquerque Journal Clinton 45, Trump 40, Johnson 11, Stein 3 Clinton +5

Florida Poll

Poll Date Sample MoE
Clinton (D)
Trump (R)
Johnson (L)
Stein (G)
Spread
RCP Average 10/27 – 11/2 47.4 46.2 2.4 1.3 Clinton +1.2
FOX 13/Opinion Savvy 11/1 – 11/2 603 LV 4.0 49 45 3 1 Clinton +4
Gravis 10/31 – 10/31 1195 RV 2.2 49 46 2 1 Clinton +3
Remington Research (R)* 10/30 – 10/30 989 LV 3.1 44 48 2 Trump +4
Quinnipiac 10/27 – 11/1 626 LV 3.9 46 45 2 2 Clinton +1
CNN/ORC 10/27 – 11/1 773 LV 3.5 49 47 3 1 Clinton +2

All Florida: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Polling Data



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