Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump both made a whirlwind journey for votes to several states Monday on the eve of perhaps the most divisive and polarizing election in modern U.S. history. Polls show Clinton with a modest but steady lead both nationally and in several key battleground states that will largely determine the outcome of Tuesday's voting. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has more on the candidates and their final push for support.
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