Obama campaigning in Durham, NH on eve of election

DURHAM, NH (WHDH) – President Barack Obama will campaign for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire on Monday, the final day before the presidential election.

The “Get Out The Vote” event will be held in the Whittemore Center Arena at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire at 3 p.m. President Obama will lay out his support for Clinton on the eve of election day and will be joined by stars Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi. The democratic campaign’s republican opponent will be hosting his own rally several hours later about 30 miles away.

President Obama told voters in Florida on Sunday that the race for the president is over if Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton wins the state.

“If we win Florida. It’s a wrap,” he said to a crowd at a baseball stadium in Kissimmee late Sunday afternoon.

With Hillary Clinton’s lead narrowing recently, the Democrat’s path to the Oval Office appears to rest where it did at the outset — a retooled version of the alliance that twice elected President Barack Obama.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will be holding a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire in the Southern New Hampshire University Arena at  8 p.m. Monday night to convince voters in the key battleground state to help get him into the White House.


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