After a year crammed with political shocks and head-scratchers, the contenders find themselves in the final days in a most familiar swing state.
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"Pretend we're slightly behind".
"John Podesta, if he worked for me I would fire him so fast, like 'The Apprentice, '" Trump said. "We need someone who is ready to go to work". "We're down! We're down!"
According to an estimate, the two campaigns and their supporting groups are expected to spend a whopping $42 million on commercial advertisements.
Clinton might not necessarily care too much if she loses Iowa, as her campaign is working to secure a "blue wall" of sorts in states like Wisconsin, Virginia, Colorado, New Hampshire and MI.
But Donald Trump is now looking to blast a hole through it, parking his tanks on Mrs Clinton's MI and Wisconsin lawns.
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For example, in Pennsylvania, voters who wish to switch their vote have to show up at the polling station on the election-day on November 8 and tell the staff that they would like to vote again. "He is one tough cookie, so to Governor Walker, I want to thank you", said Trump. Walker. "Get out of your comfort zone and tell them why this election is so important, not just for you, not just for me, but for our children and our grandchildren and generations to come".
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves to supporters as she arrives at a campaign rally Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, in Tempe, Ariz.
A pro-Clinton group was spending more than $1 million on MI airwaves along with at least $1 million more in Colorado, a state where Clinton has enjoyed a significant polling advantage for much of the fall.
But Florida remains the electoral map's biggest prize. He was introduced by Gov. Scott Walker, who he said along with vice presidential nominee Indiana Gov. Mike Pence "are going to turn things around in this country". The New York businessman campaigned in three Florida cities Wednesday - Miami, Orlando and Pensacola - and will follow up with a stop in Jacksonville on Thursday.
A super PAC backing Hillary Clinton is following her campaign's lead onto the airwaves of MI and Colorado. "She is the candidate of yesterday we are movement of the future".
"The Trump campaign is on the offensive and we're expanding our map", Trump aide David Bossie said, suggesting the campaign now sees opportunities to compete in traditional Democratic states such as New Mexico and MI.
And both states contain numerous white, working class voters among whom he has the strongest support. She spent Sunday at a soul food restaurant and a black church. Clinton is a strong advocate of early voting.
Early voting numbers in some states suggest that her challenge stems, at least in part, from underwhelming support from African-American voters. "But there are millions more that we have to get out to vote". Lauderdale. "Don't let anyone keep you home". The polls-only election forecast from data-driven website FiveThirtyEight has the Sunshine State as effectively a toss-up, giving Clinton a 52.2 percent chance of winning the state.