In a final blitz of rallies on the eve of Election Day, Donald Trump once more attacked Hillary Clinton over her email troubles while Secretary of State, while Clinton warned voters not to accept Trump's "dark and divisive" vision for America.
"Anger is not a plan my friends," Clinton said at a rally outside of Pittsburgh, as she told voters that the nation's "core values are being tested" in this election.
While Clinton was campaigning in Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina today, Trump was making stops in five states - Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Michigan.
At his first stop in Sarasota, Florida, Trump kept up his verbal blasts at Clinton over her email troubles.
"Hillary Clinton is being protected by a totally rigged system," Trump said. "Now it's up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box tomorrow," as the crowd roared.
"It's time to reject the media and political elite that's bled our country dry," Trump said to more cheers.
Trump also took time out for a lighter moment on the campaign trail:
Both candidates are also making a final blitz on the airwaves;
Clinton will close tonight with a two minute television ad:
Trump also has his own final two minute ad: