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pittsburgh to set the stage for a monster event in philadelphia features president obama and the first lady. >> the commander in chief becoming the campaigner in chief. president obama in ann arbor, michigan pushing for hillary. >> this will be my das last -- probably my last day of campaigning. >> mike pence was in while tim kaine declared check mate. kaine heading to our area. a 7:30 event at george mason before heading home to rich monday -- richmond. >> a live report in george mason coming up at 6:00. both campaigning will continue tomorrow urger voters to hit the polls while the election is still underway and both will settle in with their staffs in manhattan to watch the results come in tomorrow night. fbi director james comey
hillary clinton but they said they will not seek charges against the democratic presidential candidate. the e-mails were on a computer used by anthony weiner, the estranged husband of clinton aid. comey came under a fire storm after he alerted congress about the investigation days before the presidential election. the department of justice will mon p tomorrow. in our area agents will be stationed at fairfax county and prince william counties. their will make sure that all citizens are able to vote. the fbi warned us about vague al-qaeda threats to disrupt pre-election activities. so far everything is safe. hillary clinton and donald trump will be watching the election returns in new york city tomorrow. security will be
the wusa 9 news app a great wra to stay -- great way to stay on top of this election. facts should be apparent free for your apple and android devices. a trench rescue in montgomery county. this is sky 9 over the scene just minutes ago in wheaton. two workers fell 15 to 2 treated at the hospital right now. we are still waiting to find out what caused the collapse. montgomery county police hope video surveillance tape leads them to a suspect who has held up the same bp gas station three times. in each instance he's produced a gun and demanded money and new port cigarettes. the gas station is located on georgia avenue in silver spring. in one of the instances the
information that leads to an arrest. efforts are underway in south carolina to identify the remains of a second person on the property of an accused serial killer. the discovery was made near where a woman was found alive and chained up in a metal container last year. the owner of the property, todd is pointing out grave sites to authorities. >> we death, the gender, anything like that. >> he confessed to a quadruple murder that happened at a motorcycle shop 13 years ago. there's a manhunt underway in toronto where a maryland man was killed in a bar fight. saturday's attack on 26-year-old
unprevoeked. he was studying law at the university of baltimore. police do have video of the fight and they are urging the two suspects to turn themselves in. two people r being treated for injuries they received in a pumpkin chunking accident in delaware. a woman was critically injured when an air canyon used to launch pumpkins exploded in bridgeville. she was hit in the head with a piece of debris as big as a car a 56-year-old man suffered non-life threatening injuries. the pumpkin chunking event turned this year after 2 years off due to a lawsuit over what else, safety concerns. the push is onto win virginia. this time the drama is thick. the average of the latest polls puts hillary clinton 5 points ahead of donald trump and right now both campaigning are in our backyard. wusa 9's pete monteen is live
>> reporter: leslie, trump's daughters just left here. the first of two events here in virginia. the latest polls say in order to win virginia trump needs to win over college-educated women. college-educated daughters are doing just that. >> the line wrapped around the building. election supporters said it's hardly a wrap. >> we've just got to do this. >> what this is doing is driving voters out. >> i think anything and everything helps. >> the come knee -- the no, ma'amminee spoke. his daughters took questions in a town hall event. >> get out and vote. >> the power of this election is in everyone's hands. >> especially women. the trump campaign needs home them and virginia's 13 electoral votes.
issue. we don't talk about men's issues. so i'll tell you as a woman what issues are important to me. it's jobs, the health of the economy, our school systems, it's healthcare. it's security. so these are women's issues. these are men's issues, these are american issues. it's time we think about it like that as be close and he has a lot of cross over votes. i hope virginia goes red. >> reporter: trump's daughters left for another event at the trump national golf course in sterling. trump does not want to lose virginia especially because of his businesses here. live, pete mon dpz teen, wusa 9. >> thank you. a dog left for dead in the
hearing from that good samaritan. stephanie galhearth is live with his story. hi, stephanie. >> reporter: hey, guys. this is the little pooed dle who was rescued from the potomac river and she only weighs 6 pounds. if it wasn't for that good samaritan she may not be alive today. >> it was nighttime. my friends picked me up and we went to hold town. i heard a north side. he was like, maybe it's ducks, m i said, no, it sounds like a barking noise. and i went up to the river and i put on my flashlight on my phone and i saw the dog, you know, trying to get up the rock and everything. >> his instinct kicked in. >> i troo i you dsh i try -- i tried to step in the water. it was deep. my friend held me from the shirt from the back so i wouldn't fall in the water. it seemed like it was in the water
in food, nothing. it was really loudly barking. as soon as i held it, it stopped barking. it knew it was saved. >> rescued but in bad shape the poodle ended up here. >> she came in with several eye infections and a eye disease. that was also surrounded by bugs around her eyes. she's she had skin irritation and gnats >> he's playing and wagging her tail and has a brand new name. >> we named her cubooifshgsie bear because of the world series. >> a week and a half after the terrifying or deal i showed him
today. he has not seen her since he saved her life. >> trimmed and like she should look. >> happy. >> of yeah. of course, yeah. >> reporter: and she loves to give a lot of kisses as well, guys. she's going to get spade tomorrow and then she goes up for adoption later this week. live tonight in alexandria, i'm stephanie galhearth, wusa 9. >> she report. thank you, stephanie. check out the wusa 9 app to learn more about how to adopt animals. we are just getting started on wusa 9 news at 5:00. topper. >> yes, we are . in fact, let's break down the election day weather tomorrow. just a picture perfect day. it could be chilly to start or frosty in the suburbs. it's as good as it
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us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney and i approve this message. in prince george's county the university of maryland police say they are now pouring over hours of security video to find out who has been shooting at students with a bb gun. there's been no serious injuries but police and students are not playing around with this. they are concerned about the potential it could escalate. scoot broom is on the campus to
scott -- scott. >> reporter: well, less lie there's been three of these bb gun shootings that happened yesterday between 7:30 and 8:30. the victims of the shootings while they weren't injured they weren't able to tell where the shots came from or who was shooting at them. >> yeah, it was kind of creepy. >> the scary thing is if someone could do it with a bb gun what if they had a real gun. just the fact that they are able to do that is a scary thought. happened in the heart of the university of maryland campus. two were reported near the kim engineers billing at -- engineering building at 7:30 and another at the capitol one field near ellicott hall. the police alerted students by e-mail and text. >> it's just a weird notification to get. >> we get an e-mail every day about some crime. this is the strangest one so far. >> when i first read it i
realized it's scary because we walk to the library late at night. >> bb guns come in a realistic shapes and sizes and enough power to kill small animals. they fire steel ball with range in accuracy. >> security cameras cover the area where is the shootings happened at the university. police are scouring the videos for >> reporter: no arrests or suspects have been announced so far. as you heard from students, there's some anxiety here about who would do this and why. at the university of maryland, scott broom, wusa 9. >> you can certainly understand that concern there, scott. thank you. the victims include two young men and a woman. a tentative agreement has been reached in the strike that paralyzed public transportation in philadelphia. the transit union said limited service will
philadelphia is the nation's fifth largest city and it is overwhelmingly democratic. the end of the transit strike is a big boost for hillary clinton and her fellow democratic candidates in pennsylvania. a deadly super bug fungus reported in maryland. that tops the health alert. federal officials said we're seeing these cases in the u.s. for the first time. there's been 13 cases we don't know if it was the infection or the underlying conditions that led to those deaths. the director of the center for disease control and prevention said we need to do a better job of detaining it and hospitals need to protect vulnerable patients. officials are assessing the damage after another earthquake rocked oklahoma. this a 5.0 struck cushing, oklahoma the town of one of the key oil hubs.
falling bricks and fa said cades. closer -- facades. closer to home we should have good weather tomorrow. you have the out look for election day in the battleground states. >> i do. considering that it's november f -- wref a couple ksh -- we have a couple of showers that could be snow snowstorms. gorgeous in colorado temperatures in denver 64. pretty much pure sun. you're in good shape in iowa. we have some showers in milwaukee but these temperatures are a bargain. 53 in milwaukee and 64 in des moines. a pretty good deal. pretty the wettest state in the battleground states will be in ohio temperatures in the 60s
and 66 in cleveland. the real steal is new hampshire. the upper 50s to low 60s with full sun. that's a fantastic day. leesburg 70. 7 #0 0 in raleigh, 70 in charlotte. pure sunshine across the board. in florida a few clouds. maybe a shower in destin. for the most part a pretty good day as well. the temperatures in the upper 70s to our three degree guarantee, 62 for today. i'll let you know how we did tonight. we were 77 of the last 83. if we are wrong autism speaks getting money. a live look outside at the michael and son weather cam. the dew points around 60. we have calm winds, low humidity and with clear skies it's going to be a cold one. if you're going to work tomorrow and some of you are you go in early.
windshield. at 10:00 walking the dog after dinner, still kind of chilly. the upper 30s in manasus and frederick. by the morning, 32 in manasus and i think frederick will be 32. even the low 40s downtown. so if you have some plants you want to keep alive bring them inside. 67 in cullep out, even 68 in cumberland and romney tomorrow at 1:00. they will be warmer than us in the immediate metro area. by evening a few clouds, not a huge deal, and temperatures in the 50s to 60s. partly cloudy skies over night on tuesday and not nearly as cold. the winds turn south western and that will keep many folks in the 50s for lows tomorrow night. so day planner goes like this, 40s to start and yes these are downtown
65 with full sun by 1:00. wednesday windy. a cold front with some showers, 60. nice and crisp on thursday around 60. the next 7 days. the ravens at m&t on thursday night and chilly. 63 on friday. boom, another cold front. 49 for a high, yes, our first snow flake and rain drop of the season. first snow flake of the season and back to 60 on sunday and monday. it won'tta flakes and i'm all -- yeah. all right rnl moving on now. jury selection in the trial of dylan roof was postponed today. he was accused of killing nine worshipers in a african-american church in south carolina. he's pleaded not guilty to 33 federal hate crimes. the judge did not say why jury selection was suspended. if convicted roof could be executed. the nation's first female
the 78-year-old trail blazer passed away earlier today from complications of parkinson's disease. she was put in the national spotlight after taking office after they got in a stand off in waco, texas. federal agents stormed that compound and 80 people died. reno took full responsibility. >> i approved the plan and i'm responsible for it. >> reno also took heat for her handling case. the 6-year-old refugee was living with relatives in miami when reno ordered federal agents to storm the house. more on that coming up at 6:00. then of course who can forget will ferrell's impression of her on saturday night live. she made a cameo on the show. uber and lyft are getting voters to the polls tomorrow. >> we could be filling up our cars for $2 a gallon.
war on isis. the iraq military said they found a mass grave south of mosul currently held by the islamic state. there they found 100 decapitated bodies. meanwhile civilian causalities count to mount as iraq forces try to retake mosul from the islamic state. car bombs, traps, gunshot wounds are landing victims in a field hospital. a million civilians family and friends are searching for a mother who went out for a jog and vanished. sherry papini had plans with her husband that evening and her sister said the 34-year-old mother of two would never leave her babies. in tonight's consumer alert, ride hailing companies want to make sure you can make it to the polls tomorrow. so uber teaming up with google on a feature that will tell you where to go. it is also giving new users a $20 discount tomorrow.
in some markets. aaa said a $2 a gallon for gas could mean in our future. crude oil prices tumbled to 6-week lows last week because of unexpected record high inventory in the u.s. and a major oil pipeline that exploded d last week in alabama is now reopened. soon you'll be able to cut the line at mcdonalds. business insiders report that mcdonalds is getting feature on the app to order and pay for food ahead of times. that means that you could order your, what is that, mcfurley thing. -- mcflurry thing. >> they lagged many of the other fast food chains when it comes to digital orders. >> don't act like you don't know what that is. >> i eat the french fries.
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mother for the first time. >> that's incredible. delia has this emotional homecoming. >> i didn't shed any tears by maybe after wards. she always knew she was adopted she tells us but her files were sealed. when her adoptive mother passed 4 years ago that's when she began her search. never knowing for sure that her biological mother here already entered a nationwide database thanks to ancestry.com a match was made. >> my heart is pounding. >> cathy roads can -- rhodes cannot contain herself. >> it's a little hard. >> it's a home coming celebration complete with homemade apple pie and fresh baked brownies and one rhodes has been dreaming of since she was forced to give up her baby
i really did. every day of your life. i can't believe you are here. >> they shared the same sense of humor and love of the ocean and christiana bears a striking similarity to their late great grandmother. >> that's the most selfless thing, to do what you did for 9 months of your life knowing that you weren't ever going to keep me. it's selfless so i could have a life. here i am. >> >> life may not have always been kind but they have no regrets because now they found each other and the family tree is complete. >> i think we know. >> yeah, we dust just -- i've always known since i was a little girl. i've also known that she was out there and she loved me. there was never a doubt in my mind. >> she was right. >> and they put that balloon out front that said welcome home
homecoming. cathy rhodes has three other adult children. erin was in that story. she helped make this whole reunion happen. i asked what's the life lesson here, words that you can share to other families in similar situations. she said never give up looking. delia, wusa 9. >> all of us are getting a little bit choked up on this one. she found her biological mother on october 17th that was her 47th birthday. >> great. some students in prince george's county got the chance to cast their ballots today. this mock election at spring hill lake elementary school give students the chance to vote for their favorite presidential candidates. the youngsters used electronic devices to cast their ballots. their principal hopes today's election has a trickle up upperfect.
>> they receive a pass to encourage their parents to vote . >> she hopes they understand how hard so people worked to secure their vote. 900 state of state of the unions were expected 9 -- 900 students were expected to cast their ballots today. he was booted from a rally for trump in florida but up a sign at a clinton rally and they were kicked out. when a reporter heard what happened they contacted the clinton campaign and less than 24 hours later this happened, president obama leaned forward, shook jj's hand and smiled for a photo during another rally in florida. you will find everything that you need for election day in one place. it's our wusa 9 app. it's free. you can find your poll ing place, get breaking
new information stemming from the murder of a woman in gainsville. the victim is a 26-year-old woman. she was found shot yesterday in a parking lot on atlas walk way. no arrests so far. this is prince william county's 20th homicide of the year. louden county police are looking for the driver of a car that nearly hit a male pedestrian and then got of the vehicle and kicked him. it happened yeste the victim reported he was nearly run over in the parking lot and then during a confrontation that followed the female driver got out and kicked him. she then sped away from the scene. dc officials are encouraging more people to install private security cameras on their properties. last month or arsonist torched an out of service ambulance that was used by a non-profit that supports
chill went down his spine after seeing that fire on his neighbor's surveillance video and now he's setting up his own cameras. >> who knows how much it's going to help. it does give you some security that at least you know what is going on. >> the district's program refunds property owners up to $200 per camera, $500 per home address and a max of $750 for businesses and other buildings. cleaner water in the river is one step closer to reality. natie completed a one year mission. this is a picture of the machine being blessed last year. it finisheded drilling a 2.5 mile tunnel that connects with another tunnel drilled from lady bird. the falls church public
power looking into the pole that blocks the path of wheelchairs. we found this through our no barriers project. we look to fix barriers for people with disabilities. matt trot and his service dog fame have a choice, matt has to ride in the street or risk his wheelchair getting stuck or tipping over if the >> what does that mean you feel in a wheelchair? >> it made me feel like less of a person. >> now if you know of a barrier to someone with a disability take a photograph or shoot a short video and e-mail it to us at nobeariers at@wusa 9.com.
i believe america is already great. yes, we have our challenges. we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united,
all right. let's get to what is trending now. where is samuel l jackson when you need him? a snake crawls down from the top of a plane. >> uh-huh. >> i would have been going. >> a venous >> i would have been out there. >> it land on a flight to mexico city yesterday. luckily a twitter user had the good sense to record this for you us. thank you. air mexico made a quick landing to expel the reptile before continuing onto their next destination. >> yuck. >> we don't hear any screams or anything. >> that's because everyone had fled the area except the guy with the phone. >> i think that you're right.
mannequin challenge. i kept trying to get you to do it with me, adam. >> not yet. maybe eventually. groups of people come up with creative poses while standing as still as possible like you're frozen in time, line a mannequin. then of course someone has to record it because in no one records it, it never happened. it started with high school students but is spreading to celebrities and athletes. feel free to share your mannequin challenge with us o and then maybe we'll put it on the air when we eventually getting around doing it. >> we will do it. >> we will do do it when it's not cool anymore. that's how we do things. a college student being forced to campaign for a candidate he doesn't believe in. >> this story getting so many clicks on our wusa 9 facebook page. lewis jarz took a pair scissors to a couple of trump
name. i think people know why i find the name offensive. >> yeah, but cutting signs is against the law. you can't do it. so as part of his punishment jarz was forced to stand on a busy street with a trump for president sign. some say that's over the line. in eagle county the gop leaders say it's a punishment fitting for the crime of vandalism. >> what do you think? let's head to our wusa 9 facebook page where there's a lot of people weighing in. first the number one can comment from justine said there's a way toay p for a sign but there's no need to make hit compromise his beliefs. he said i agree. if a republican like myself did this to a hillary sign i should face the same punishment. let us know what you think by logging onto the wusa 9 facebook page. this next story ended on a
his car at campus state university. it comes from a candy crook who admits to stealing a kit kat bar and apologized for it. once hershey's found out they filled his car with 6500 kit kats. he passed out enough to other students but saved enough to get through the year. >> the most problematic story is someone stole it out of his unlocked car and l unlock >> well, we don't-- again. >> well, we don't know that. >> maybe a friend took his keys or something. the red and gold returning to the practice field without trend williams. today coach gruden speaking out. >> this girl from prince george's county writes a book on a controversial topic for
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay?
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i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask for your vote. she is a student, author and now owner of a publishing company. >> and get this, alexis proctor
alexis is a student at the academy in prince george's county. she released her first book earlier this year on amazon and mikea turner has more. >> reading a book she wrote to the media center in maryland. >> my curls are so big they fill me with lots of joy. >> 12-year-old alexis proctor talks about loving her natural thick curly hair. >> i love curly h it. >> she admits it has not always been that way. in her book she talks about how she used to be be teased and bullied. she cannot forget the first time it happened. >> i remember in kindergarten i wear it curly but only for a little bit because people could
bush. >> her mother encouraged her and told her okay top stories -- it's okay to be different >> i said it's okay to be yourself. >> alexis learned how to wear different hair styles for curly hair and embrace it on you tube. it spired her to write this book. >> this book is all about loving your chair. >> alexis is the main which character. her cousin are featured in it. >> been sold. >> i'm proud for her accomplishment and knowing the kids she helped is amazing. a lot of kids have circled back with us and e-mailing us thanking us for our message. kids go through a lot these days. >> i want to help people. that's what i like to do . >> using her story to inspire others. reporting from prince george's county, mikea turner, wusa 9. >> so proud. and since her book came out alexis and her mom launched a publishing company called books for cool kids. she
second one about loving the skin that you're in. well, one of the most popular hashtags on twitter today is if winter were canceled. >> i'm going to start. if wanter were canceled top per would go into cardiac arrest. we have one person tweeting here, if winter was canceled we shall die from the insects. db said i weight for nothing. and then expecting a drastic decline in birthrates. >> if winter were canceled how would you if i think? >> i think probably -- with would have to get a cardiologist in here. >> there would be no topper shock. >> there would be and i would be in the fetal position and not shave or shower. >> that's not good. >> what is giend -- good is our
about what is going to happen. >> la nada. >> i loo i can the -- i like the sound of that one. here's a live look outside at our michael and son weather cam. it's still pretty nice out at 59. the dew points are low, calm winds, clear skies. it's going to be a cool night. frost advisories throughout the metro area. at 10:00 looking at temperatures in the 40s. 48 downtown. taking a little walk after dinner light coat is probably a good idea. by morning i think these numbers are a bit high. more like 42 in frederick. certainly 31 in cull pepper. it's going to be pretty cold. 35 in fredericksburg, that's how cold as they've been so far this year. it's going to be on the chilly side. the good news is by lunchtime temperatures rebound nicely. 65 now downtown and check this out, i can't get
that's a beautiful day. you cannot use weather as an excuse not to vote. it's going to be pure sunshine. in the evening now, 24 hours from now no rain. still 61 downtown and 61 in leesburg and sterling and still 57 in fredericksburg and we are looking at about 57 also up towards rockville and bowie. so fantastic. tomorrow night not as temperatures actually by 10:30 will be in the 50s. now, look to the west and we do have some showers building out to the west. that is the cold front that rolled through. we will talk about whether we have to issue a yellow weather alert for wednesday. clear and cold, more frost. 32 to 42. tomorrow morning a cold start . some frost on the windshield. just factor that into your day.
beautiful election day, winds southwest at 10. 61 in oakland tomorrow, 69, almost 70 in cumberland. the upper 60s hagerstown, martinsberg, wind chester. after a frosty start the upper 60s. sunshine from the mountains to the coast. it's great. 63 across the bay in easton clear skies, the low 40s to start. up to 65 with sunshine by 1:00. now, wednesday kind of a different day. win i do di and -- windy and some showers. only 60 on thursday. still looks dry for high school football and then the coldest air of the season, a hop and a flick on saturday, the upper 40s for highs. then we bounce back to 60 on sunday and monday. ? ? [ music ] ? ?
with kristen berset brought to you by xfinity. >> reporter: -- >> the bye week is over. they got to rust up rest up an get healthy. what is coming next in tonight's inside the red zone. >> first half of the nfl season is in the books for the redskins not though with a 3-1 record. third in the nfc east behind dallas and the giants. a lot of players nursing injuries. they get back to practice today as they start getting ready for the 5-3 minnesota vikings next sunday at 1:00. a very winnable game. inside the red zone, i'm frank amorhand. >> thank you.
tight end mile s paul. he was placed on injury reserve. the biggest loss trent williams. williams was suspended after missing a drug test. he was traveling abroad at the time and told the league about his travels so he was stunned to hear of his four game suspension. coach jay gruden addressed the situation for the first time today. how it happened, we'll keep that in between us. we stand behind trent. >> we haven't seen him or spoken to him. he know he doesn't take anything special. he comes to work. it's just a hard blow. just remember we have another guy behind him that's going to step up in a major way. >> so the guy that's going to step up is tye enseke and
he's only his second year in the league but he's an older player and been playing in the arena football league. so high on him. >> a chance to show his stuff. >> thank you. . coming up at 6:00 hillary clinton and donald trump make their closing arguments to be the next president of the united states. >> up next, a history in horror getting new light. >> at 6:30 o news with scott pelley, the fbi cleared hillary clinton again
the house of horrors from baskdrop, texas. >> this is what texas pit stop. you will find the gas station but what they offer isn't fuel at all, instead something unique of >> we serve bar-be-que and have a horror gift shop and cabins people can rent. >> the i be -- to biggest draw the building was featured in the original texas chain saw
get to share what we love with everyone else. >> lisa rhodes and her husband, roy, said they have been eyeing the property for years. since he saw it in 1984 it's been a part of him >> they called and said they were ready to sale. we flew up here from cleveland and bought the building. >> the couple invested $300,000 to fix up the abandoned property. >> the bottom 3 feet of the building was all ridden termiet s. >> we had to rebuild the structure. >> 24 months later it's open for business. rhodes said this is a place fans can indulge. whether you're looking for gear from the movies, toys, clothing, barb the gas station is pulling out all the stops. >> we saw that movie when we were kids. you are reliving your childhood.
hitchhiker ed neil. >> you might see a corner oher of the building or doorway with him in it. >> the movie made $30 million and while the rhodes don't have any to illusion of make dill luis -- dill lewis of making that kind of money they hope it will pay off. hillary clinton and donald trump make one last push for 2016 campaign. >> new jersey governor chris christie talks about whether his baggage cost him of being on the ticket. >> the attorney who remembers his battle with janet reno. i'm leslie foster. >> i'm bruce johnson. tonight is the final spirit of the finish line. the top presidential candidates crossing the country to make one last
hillary clinton and donald trump and their surrogates have a packed schedule today and tonight. >> in the dc area the campaigns are concentrated on northern virginia. ivanka trump held a town meeting for her father while tim kaine is about to hold a rally at george mason university in fairfax. that's where garrett is live. what are you seeing and hearing? >> reporter: vice president joe biden and the man who hopes to replace him will be out here with a few thousand of their closest friends, mostly students. they have been lined up for a couple of hours anxious to get inside this big rally at george mason tonight. the clinton campaign knows that hillary clinton does not become president without winning virginia and tonight they are here to seal that deal. >> hillary clinton started her final day on the campaign trail
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