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    Clinton Believes Campaign on Track for Huge Voter Turnout in Tuesday Election

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    The Clinton campaign said it believed it was on track to see a huge turnout of voters in the US presidential election on Tuesday, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said at a rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Monday.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The US state of Pennsylvania does not allow early voting, so the only votes cast already were from people who sent in ballots by mail. All other voters in the state will vote on Tuesday, which is Election Day.

    "We are on track as I said to have a huge turnout, but we can only do that if all of you make up your mind to bring your friends, everybody you know, to make sure your voices are heard," Clinton stated.

    The latest polls from the typically-Democratic state of Pennsylvania show Clinton with a small lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump.


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