Hillary Clinton Makes Pitch to Undecided Voters 'Reconsidering' Trump
Oct 22 2016 by Michele Stevens
"For Donald Trump we are a must win state if he has any chance of winning the White House, and for Hillary Clinton she doesn't have to win OH, but it helps in terms of her having the mandate should she win the white house", Sutton said. The peaceful transition of power is one of the things that sets us apart.
Clinton also addressed the third presidential debate, in which she squared off against her opponent for the final time on October 19. "We know in our country the difference between leadership and dictatorship". She urged people to go out and vote as a symbol of American democracy.
Offstage, a Clinton campaign aide said Democrats are growing more confident about OH, given Trump's feud with the state's Republican leaders.
He also predicted that Cuyahoga, Franklin, Hamilton, Montgomery, and Summit counties - the counties with the most vote by mail requests so far - "are likely to go for Hillary Clinton by similar or larger margins than President Obama's results in 2012".
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Hillary Clinton will be speaking at Cuyahoga Community College this afternoon, following a meeting with two activists with the Movement for Black Lives, Brittany Packnett and DeRay Mckesson.
Scheufele said Trump's statement on the election results allowed Clinton to prove her point about Trump's speech being "dangerous". In Ohio, the most recent polling average from Real Clear Politics has the race as a virtual tie, but Fallon said "if the vote were held today", the Democrat would win in part because of a "Republican civil war" in the state.
Wagner also said Clinton did a slightly better job of appealing to the undecided voters by talking broadly about women's rights and policies that help children. Wagner said Trump, on the other, hand may have turned a lot of people off when he said he may not accept the results of the elections if he lost.
Sutton said they're trying to motivate volunteers to get out the vote, but that's not all. Doors open at 4 p.m. and the event will kick off at 7 p.m.