Clinton, Trump claim momentum, barnstorm battleground states in final election push

The drop of seven percentage points is seen as an effect of the decision of the FBI last week to re-open its investigation against her alleged email scandal, following which the popularity of Trump has surged.

At least 41 million Americans across 48 states have already cast ballots, according to an Associated Press analysis.

After voting in New York Tuesday morning, Trump was expected to return to Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, North Carolina and New Hampshire later in the day, Conway said.

So over the course of seven days, the poll's full sample size, she actually has increased her lead since the announcement.

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Podesta, appearing on ABC's "This Week", said the Clinton campaign believes it can match the numbers Obama pulled in his 2012 re-election campaign with African-Americans.

This means the election is ultimately decided by a handful of key "battleground" states across the country even though they do not have the largest number of electoral college voters. The first in Iowa and the last in Virginia will be in battleground states, with the 2016 presidential race still appearing largely undecided.

During a campaign stop earlier Sunday, Trump warned that Clinton would be under investigation as president, prompting an "unprecedented constitutional crisis".

FBI Director James Comey abruptly announced Sunday that a review of newly discovered emails sent or received by Hillary Clinton has not changed his conclusion that the Democrat should not face criminal charges.

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Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has a small lead nationally heading into Election Day, according to two new polls.

I write to supplement my October 28, 2016 letter that notified you the Federal Bureau of Investigation would be taking additional investigative steps with respect to former Secretary of State Clinton's use of a personal email server.

Mr Podesta also accused Mr Trump of being an advocate of Russian foreign policy and rejecting the bipartisan U.S. approach.

The Secret Service later confirmed that someone in front of the stage had shouted "gun", but that "upon a thorough search of the subject and the surrounding area, no weapon was found".

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Meanwhile, some Republicans are skeptical that the FBI's renewed interest in Clinton's email will erase the Democrat's advantage. Hillary and Bill Clinton are crisscrossing the Sunshine State with three events each on Tuesday.

"I keep repeating - I'm down, someone is trying to choke me - and I'm saying to these people; "There is no gun, I just have a sign", Mr Crites explained after the incident.

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