Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaigns in the last hours of the election in Allendale, Michigan, telling supporters ''I'm going to get this country and everybody in it back up on our feet.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton kept a packed campaign schedule just hours ahead of Election Day, telling supporters in Allendale, Michigan she would work to mend a divided nation, if elected president. "For people in our country who feel like they've been knocked down, and nobody cares, nobody's paying attention, here's what I want you to know. If you give me the honor of being elected president I'm going to do everything I can to get this country and everybody in it back up, on our feet, moving forward, together," Clinton said. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump crisscrossed the United States on Monday, racing to sway undecided voters and to get their supporters to vote in a tight presidential contest that opinion polls show narrowly favoring Clinton. The latest opinion polls showed former Secretary of State Clinton ahead. A Fox News poll showed her leading Trump, a wealthy New York real estate developer, by 4 percentage points among likely voters. Clinton also held a 4-point lead in an ABC/Washington Post poll and a CBS news poll released on Monday. The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll showed Clinton with a 5 percentage point lead over Trump nationally - 44 percent to 39 percent support - while races in Florida and North Carolina shifted from favoring Clinton to being too close to call.