Clinton looks to shift focus to unity in race's final hours

"The investigations into her crimes will go on for a long time".

NBC News has reached out to the Trump campaign for comment. "By taking any action, the department can unfairly cast suspicion on somebody who may have done nothing wrong, and that's what turns out to have happened in this case".

"We are one day away from once again from making history", Michelle Obama said, adding later, "If we stay home or if we play around with a protest vote, then Hillary's opponent will win".

The new review involved material found on a computer belonging to Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former congressman and estranged husband of Clinton aide Huma Abedin. But the leaked release in October of a 2005 video in which Trump boasted about groping women's genitals and kissing them without permission threw his campaign into crisis. "If FBI conclusions remain unchanged, that means she still was reckless & careless, still lied about classified info, lied re: # of devices", Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway tweeted.

Mr. Trump himself denounced the move during a stop in Moon Township last night, saying it proved Ms. Clinton was "being protected by a rigged system".

Comey's letter was sent this afternoon, and informed Congress that "Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton". You can't do it folks. The Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project estimates that Clinton has a 90 per cent chance of winning the election.

"They've bungled the investigation from the beginning", Trump spokesman Jason Miller said on CNN.

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Republicans, who've controlled the Michigan House of Representatives' agenda for almost six years, retained their majority Tuesday. Clinton, backed by an emotional appeal from Barack Obama, urged voters to embrace a "hopeful, inclusive, bighearted America", while Trump vowed to "beat the corrupt system".

"Tonight, I want to hear you roar", a smiling Clinton said before introducing Perry for a Saturday night performance in Philadelphia.

White voters are backing Trump, particularly white men and whites without a college degree.

Both races will hinge on turnout, and that may give a slight edge to Clinton because of her massive ground operation throughout both states, and due to their campaign's massive data operation carried out by the grassroots "ground troops" in those states. For almost two-thirds of likely voters, this revelation didn't make any difference in their vote, though 29 percent said it made them less likely to vote for Clinton.

But buoyed by a late surge of momentum, Trump's campaign believe its loyal, white working-class voters will deliver an upset on Tuesday.

"Tomorrow, we face the test of our time", Clinton said. Her campaign says it's been buoyed by strong turnout in states that vote early, including Nevada and Florida. "It definitely helps her get some of her stride back".

"Hillary Clinton is guilty, she knows it, the Federal Bureau of Investigation knows it, the people know it and now it's up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box on November 8", Trump added at the rally in Sterling Heights, a suburb of Detroit. She instead shifted to message of reconciliation after a rough campaign. We are going to win. And in the closely watched battle for control of one-half of the GOP-led Legislature, Republicans kept their majority in the state House.

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