It's almost over.
Democrat Hillary Clinton used the final day of campaigning to shore up support in key battleground states while Republican Donald Trump crisscrossed the country in the hopes of mounting a surprise victory on Election Day.
"This is the last day of our campaign. Who would have believed this? Who would have believed it? It's been some campaign too," Trump said during a morning rally in Sarasota, Florida.
Clinton hit both of Pennsylvania's largest cities — Pittsburgh and Philadelphia — along with stops in Michigan and a planned midnight get out the vote rally at North Carolina State University with Lady Gaga.
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"Tomorrow, you can vote for a hopeful, inclusive, big-hearted America. And our core values are being tested in this election. And I know that people are frustrated, a lot of people feel left out and left behind. There's fear, even anger in our country. But I've gotta say, anger is not a plan, my friends," Clinton said during her rally in Pittsburgh.
The highlight of her schedule will be an evening rally on Independence Mall in Philadelphia featuring President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and musicians Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi. She also will air a two-minute television ad that will air on NBC and CBS on Monday evening.