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Austin Monahan, former Ramsey County Attorney Tom Foley, So we shall vote for Buhari en masse to ensure that the Ndigbo will only have to wait for four years. introduced a bill that would grant immediate approval of the 24 pending applications currently filed with the Department of Energy (since 2011, Pa. Monday evening "Were going to have a great victory tomorrow folks They have no idea” Clinton’s campaign staff shipped out of their offices in Brooklyn luggage in hand as they knocked on doors in swing states at a frenetic pace Trump crisscrossed the country at a relentless pace holding rallies in deep-blue Michigan and planning events on Election Day Some 42 million Americans have already voted; by Tuesday night more people are likely to have voted than in any other election As voters headed to the polls Clinton maintained a slight but firm lead over Trump and an advantage in battleground states But the outcome of the race was far from assured and Trump has tightened the gap with Clinton in the past two weeks Both limped into Election Day damaged by self-inflicted wounds It has been a nasty election On the morning of Nov 8 the nation is more divided by race gender education class and geography than it has been in recent memory Trust in public institutions including the press Congress and the vote itself is at a new low due in large part to the tumult in this year’s election Clinton and Trump are among the most disliked major-party nominees in history No matter who wins on Tuesday night the next President will have a difficult task of healing the country The two candidates could not have been more different in tone and style in the final days of the campaign Clinton called on the country to reject Trump’s message saying it was one of fear division and hate She surrounded herself with celebrities calling on the political and musical glitterati for her last few days of campaigning including musicians Jon Bon Jovi Bruce Springsteen Jay Z Beyoncé and Katy Perry; President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama; and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders On Monday Clinton rallied in Pittsburgh Grand Rapids Philadelphia and Raleigh maintaining a positive message and calling on her supporters to counter Trumps message of "anger" "Anger is not a plan" she told supporters in Cleveland at a rally on Sunday with basketball star LeBron James "I love our country and believe in our people My faith in our future has never been stronger" she said the next day at her marquee rally at Independence Hall in Philadelphia on Monday night "I regret deeply how angry the tone of the campaign became" "Its not your fault" an audience member shouted back Trump rallied in Sarasota Fla; Raleigh NC; Scranton; and Manchester NH; and relentlessly criticized his rivals use of a private email server attacked the media and called for a new order in Washington He called for an end to corruption and promised to bring jobs and wealth "back" to the US Clinton “should not be allowed to run for President and shes being protected by a rigged system" Trump said on Monday "Now its up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box tomorrow Youve got to get out and vote Lets swamp them" The campaigns struggled to accurately read the flurry of early votes cast in record numbers Of the more than 42 million early votes cast Hispanic participation skyrocketed while votes cast by African Americans declined compared with 2012 Election Day will be a difficult climb for Trump He could win all the difficult battleground states of Florida Ohio North Carolina Nevada and New Hampshire and Iowa and he still would not have the 270 electoral votes he needs to win the presidency If Clinton wins Florida or Ohio Trump’s campaign is almost certainly over Clinton holds a slight but firm lead over Trump in national polls leading her Republican opponent by about 3 percentage points according to polling averages But the Democratic nominee was up by as many as 7 points just weeks earlier The 2016 campaign was remarkable for the velocity and magnitude of scandals Clintons use of a private email server as Secretary of State rocked her campaign from the beginning raising questions about transparency and her handling of classified information But Trumps virulent nationalism is unprecedented among successful major-party candidates His repeated bankruptcies and his nonpayment of contractors damaged his credibility as a businessman and his incendiary proposals about banning Muslims from entering the US and deporting undocumented immigrants damaged him in the general election Read More: See Hillary Clinton With Her Biggest Fans: Young Girls Both candidates withstood a late-breaking wave of surprise revelations A tape of Trump bragging about sexual assault surfaced in early October followed by about a dozen accusations from women who said he assaulted them The Clinton campaign dealt with a late announcement by FBI Director James Comey announcing the bureau had found additional Clinton emails (On Sunday Comey said the FBI had found nothing in the emails to make it revisit its decision not to charge Clinton with a crime) All of the controversy made for a disillusioned electorate that was as often voting against the other candidate as for their own team Clinton has been running for President for 576 days and Trump for 511 They both ate pork on a stick at the Iowa State Fair in the summer of 2015 braved the winter primaries in New Hampshire and Michigan and mocked each other at a glitzy dinner in Manhattan hosted by a local Cardinal But their campaign styles were vastly different Clinton raised $13 billion by the middle of October while Trump raised just $800 million Clinton relied on a highly sophisticated data and field operation and many millions in campaign advertising while Trump relied on large rallies almost no get-out-the-vote operations and campaign aides who were often novices Read More: Watch the 10 Most Notable Campaign Ads of 2016 Clinton helped the Democrats raise money at record rates relying on a new fundraising mechanism in the wake of the Supreme Court’s McCutcheon decision which allows candidates to raise huge sums for coordinated committees Trump took advantage of the same rules but with less success In the Democratic primary Clinton faced a surprisingly tough and long-lasting primary challenge from Sanders who rallied much of the anti-Washington sentiment on the left against her He took liberal positions calling for free universal health care and free tuition at public colleges Sanders ultimately endorsed her after the two hashed out the outlines of the Democratic Party platform Trumps war with the leaders of his party began in the Republican primary He has insulted them as feckless know-nothing politicians including Senator Lindsey Graham (a "disgrace") Senator John McCain ("a hero because he was captured") Carly Fiorina ("look at that face") former Florida governor Jeb Bush ("low-energy") and House Speaker Paul Ryan ("ineffective") Then he shocked the partys Establishment by defeating a deep Republican field Read More: Read the 10 Meanest Tweets of the 2016 Election Clinton has pitched herself as an effective manager in Washington a "fighter" for children and families calling herself a "progressive who likes to get things done" She vowed at the end of her campaign to heal the countrys divides and called for a more tolerant country “This election in many ways is about what kind of future our country will have” Clinton said at a black church in Philadelphia the Sunday before Election Day “It is about choosing hope over fear unity over division and love over hate” Trump aimed his message at working-class voters and rusty factory towns that have fallen upon hard times promising to bring back jobs and shatter conventions in Washington His hard-line immigration proposals spoke to a sense of cultural loss in many parts of the country And on the last day of his campaign Trump began like he started: reveling in his crowds and relishing the attention “Look at these people and look at this enthusiasm” Trump said in Scranton “There’s nothing like it” Contact us at [email protected] By the time they return home to sleep on Tuesday night, In case of a draw, A few exchanges later.

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