In less than 48 hours we should know the winner of the 2016 presidential election.
Hillary Clinton entered the final full day of campaigning on an upswing Monday, after FBI Director James Corey said the agency’s view of how she handled classified information hadn’t changed.
It was another dramatic twist in the race for the White House – few believed Comey’s investigation would be completed before Election Day – and the news offered reassurances to Democrats who have been alarmed by polls showing Donald Trump closing the gap.
In the final hours before Election Day, the race for the White House played out in states that weren’t on anyone’s radar only a week ago, adding to the uncertainty in what has been a volatile campaign.
Michigan – which hasn’t gone for the GOP nominee since 1988 and received little attention from either campaign until recently – has suddenly become the center of the political universe.