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Clinton, Trump stump for votes in Florida

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 01:11

As the U.S. presidential campaign enters its final two weeks, Republican nominee, Donald Trump and Democrat, Hillary Clinton make their final appeals to Florida voters, as many are already heading to the polls for early voting. Diane Hodges reports.

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The candidates in the 2016 presidential election campaign, have just two weeks left to make their case to voters. (SOT Trump saying, "It's over for Obamacare") (SOT Clinton) "this is someone who roots for failure and takes glee in mocking our country. Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are focusing on the key state of Florida and it's 29 electoral votes. The latest polls show Clinton with a slight lead. (SOT Trump saying: they are phony polls put out by phony media.) But their words have come too late for some. Polling stations in some counties in Florida opened on Monday. The historic campaign is bringing voters out in droves. This 90-year-old woman is voting for the first time ever. (SOUNDBITE) (English) UNIDENTIFIED VOTER, SAYING: "I don't want to die before voting for a woman. (REPORTER: HAVE YOU EVER VOTED EARLY BEFORE?) This is my first time voting ever." The candidates will be cross-crossing Florida, urging even more voters to join the lines and vote early....and selling themselves as the best person for president.

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Clinton, Trump stump for votes in Florida

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 01:11