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morning, november 9, i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. we will get to donald trump's victim flee just a moment but first check in with meteorologist shiri spear who is in the fox25 stormtracker weather center and we will need a little rain gear to start the day. shiri. >> shiri: we have rain coming in later on. right now fog over the cape and islands especially thick over the vineyard. temperature-wise getting things started in the 30s and 40s. the real thick cloud cover as you swing closer to boston. 36 degrees. all of you starting off dry this morning. 50 in worcester. and mid-40s in auburn and leominster. 32 in town send up to 30 degrees. and into rain in place yet, but it is moving toward us. your timeline in boston starts things off at 7 a.m. out of 45 degrees. we get to about 58 here with a lot of clouds at noontime, then this afternoon, we start dealing with the spot showers. 3 p.m. kids coming home from
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upper 50s for many. 60s for some. take you town by town coming up. julie is back with live drive time traffic. >> julie: shiri, nice and quiet unlike in the political landscape where things are hopping mellow on the road. 495 to 128 into the allston-brighton area. live drive times. 8 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south. 11 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue to the weston tolls. donald trump soa victory in the presidential election securing key victories in hard-fought battleground states. hillary clinton called trump to concede the race. his win defied the polls that placed the nomination securely in clinton's hands. >> julie: chris flanagan is live in new york. trump and on stage surrounded by his family and he spoke very much about the campaign and said the campaign is over, our work on this movement is just
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did. he gave that speech behind me -- about a block behind me at the hilton hoe we will tampa. he arrived around 3:00 this morning. he apologized for his supporters for keeping them waiting up that long. i don't think they minded that at all. donald trump becoming 459th president -- will be the 45th president of the united states. here is video. trump arrived at the hilton hotel in midtown and arrived to thunder russ ovation among his supporters. he spoke with 14 saying the president of all americans and wants to unify the country and wants it to be a great country after he swept the victory in the historic upset. trump with no previous defied in one key bat bat state to capture the white house. he broke through the democrats' blue wall running table on the electoral map making history. florida and north carolina both toss-ups broke his way early on and he won key bat bat states,
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those two states had not voted for a republican candidate since the 1980s. >> we are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, tunnels, airport, schools, hospitals. we will rebuild our infrastructure. whether i become, by the way, second to none. and we will put millions of our people to work as we rebuild people to work as we rebuild it. we will also, finally, take care of our great veterans. [cheering] who have been so loyal and i have gotten to know so many during this 18-month journey. the time i spent with them during this campaign has been an incredible honor.
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people. we will mark on a growth and renewal. i will harness the he creative talents and call upon the best and brightest to leverage their tremendous talent to the benefit of all. it's going to happen. [cheering] we have a great economic plan. we will double our growth and have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. at the same time, we will get along with all other nations, willing to get along with we will have great relationships. we expect to have great, great relationships. no dream too big, no challenge is too great. nothing that we want for our future is beyond our reach. america will no longer settle for anything less than the. we must reclaim our country's
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we have to do that. we are going to dream of things for our country. dream for beautiful and successful things. i want to tell the world community we will always put america's have first, we will deal fairly with everyone. with everyone. all people and all other nations we will seek common ground and now i would like to take this moment to thank some of the. >> donald trump hearing congratulations from russian leaders. vladimir putin sent him a telegram a little while ago congratulating him on winning the presidency. hillary clinton it not give a concession speech tonight. she is expected we are told by her campaign that she will deliver a speech this morning.
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this morning. we are live this morning in manhattan, chris flanagan, fox25 news. >> julie: all right, chris. >> the senate race in new hampshire still too close to call. you can see on your screen those results. both at 48% for kelly ayotte and maggie hassan. this morning regardless of the senate race in new hampshire, republicans have maintained control of the senate. >> daniel: governor maggie hassan took the stage saying she is not giving up until the final vote is counted. to be close and while we are feeling good right now, this race is still too close to call. we continue to have a small but sustainable lead based on our results -- [cheering] -- based -- based on our results from almost 670,000
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we have a lead of over 5,000 votes. [chanting maggie] >> thank you, thank you, thank you. so there are still votes to count in a lot and we are confident that we are going to maintain our lead when every vote is in. and i know that many of our extraordinary volunteers across the state have been working since early, very early this morning, holding signs at the polls, making phone calls and
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just as they have been doing for months. i want to thank each and every one of them for their tireless efforts to keep new hampshire and the united states of america moving forward. so -- so i hope can get some rest tonight and will have some more good news to report in the morning. thank you all so much. >> daniel: incumbent kelly ayotte took the podium minutes later. here is what she had to say. >> okay, so you can hear my voice. this is what happens when do you 30 stops in 24 hours at the
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excited to see all of you here tonight. and i got to tell you, we feel really upbeat tonight. [cheering] so i want -- first of all, i want to thank jennifer horn for her incredible leadership of our party. thank you, jennifer. and i governor -- governor sununu. and we -- we also have the other governor sununu here. it is wonderful to have the sununu family here with us tonight. so as i look out at this room,
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we know how hard you have all worked, how you have gone door to door, how you have worked your hearts out for this campaign. and we have to tell you, we are so grateful. we are humbled by the fact that you would believe in us and making sure that we continue to have that strong, independent voice for the state of new hampshire in [cheering] so right now as you know seeing on your screen, we are very upbeat about where this race is, but we will not know tonight, we believe, what the outcome is, and i believe strongly in the fact that we
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and really talk to you about a victory here. so i want to come out and just say thank you from the bottom of my heart. we are -- we are upbeat, we are competent, but we want to make sure that we do this the new hampshire way where we have every vote in, because every vote matters. every person matters in this state. [cheering] so let's have a good time, but let's know that we may be gathering again for when we talk about victory for the governorship, victory in the united states senate. and victory up and down the ticket. and on behalf of new hampshire and the country and its great, great state. so it is great to be with you
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to it. >> daniel: continuing coverage of the election as soon as any of the new results are updated, i'll let you know. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. looking at our drive time on 93 south. 19 minutes from 495 and andover and the zakim bridge. >> shiri: temperatures 45 degrees. temperatures dropping. 5 a.m. 45, and 46 at 6:00. i will show you what time the rain moves into your town when i am back with you next president of the united states. the republican with no political experience secured the presidency with big wins in key bat bat states. >> julie: millions of
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this morning the battle is over. donald trump is the winner. the republican secured all the votes he needed and clinched the the white house and hillary clinton conceded the race. and donald trump said he will make america great again. voters hill the polls all day and night to make their voices heard. jason law when to framingham where early voting helped keep the lines down. >> reporter: the polls across massachusetts closed 8 p.m. tuesday night and not a minute after the polls closed that people's phone that hillary
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here in framingham all day, very little lines if at any lines at all. things were running very, very smooth and a lot of that poll workers say was a credit to early voting. four and a half million registered voters in massachusetts and more than a million took advantage of early voting and cast their ballots long before tuesday. that obviously helped keep traffic down at the polling places. we talked to a lot of undecided voters on tuesday and we also talked to some voters who made up their minds say months ago starting with >> when it was mrs. clinton, i made my decision a long time ago. enough of the clintons, enough of the bushes and clintons. mr. trump, i think he can do the job. >> i voted hillary clinton. the insults against women and immigrants and just -- i felt like he was -- just so disrespectful to human beings. and i can't vote -- i can't even think about voting for a person like that.
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participated in early voting, and as far as total voter turnout, the secretary of state expects to see numbers rivaling what we saw in 2012 and 2008, somewhere around 3 million voters taking part in election 2016. in framingham, jason law, fox25 news. let's head north to new hampshire now. fox 25's erika richie went to amherst street elementary school in nashua where voters filled the place all day and night. >> 4571 ballots at the amherst street school in nashua, new hampshire yesterday. of that, more than half of those went to hillary clinton for the presidential race, and governor maggie hassan also took the majority here. so the democrats took the majority for this particular ward here in nashua, new hampshire. now overall, about 72% of voters turned out here, but would you never know it because there were no long lines or crowds with the exception of first thing in the morning when
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around the building. more than 50% of the vote came in between then and 1:00 in the afternoon. after that, it was a steady stream up until the doors closed at 8:00 on the dot. we caught up with one of the last voters to cast her ballot, and interestingly enough, it was her first time coming to the polls. >> last minute, each vote counts, right. so you have to come out. >> i had to work and i had my son, so i got to do my duties >> reporter: how does it feel for the first time? >> feels good. i feel amazing. >> reporter: other first-time voters just like her, 622 of them registered for the first time just yesterday on election day. in nashua, erika richie, fox25 news. a brand-new u.s. citizen wasted no time voting in his first election. newton police tweeted this photo of a man identified as mr. bianda. basically he became a citizen at 3:00 yesterday afternoon and voted for the first time.
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weather together every ten minutes. and as you may imagine, things nice and quiet out there. route 1 moving along fine. no issues on 128 as you make your way down to burlington, lexington and over to the pike. expressway also moving along at a decent clip. live drive times. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 19 minutes on 93 south. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. meteorologist shiri spear joining us, and shiri, we will be feeling quite a difference temperatures and back to normal today. >> shiri: please don't be mad at me. i know you love me. yesterday a little side by side. fitchburg, 71. bedford, 66. norwood, 67. and plymouth, 61. those were way above-average temperatures. today back to the 50s, especially north and west of boston. a lot cooler than yesterday. just a little bit cooler for spots like norwood, plymouth, kind of comparable temperatures today and yesterday. so we got this front that will be drifting toward us.
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it, but not a whole lot for us today. a lot of that rain is going to end up drying up. falling apart as it moves toward us here. by 7:00 this morning. we have temperatures generally running in the 30s and 40s under mostly cloudy skies. couple of clouds early this morning and clouds stay pretty stubborn. by noontime, even late morning don't be surprised to see a couple of sprinkles in central mass and central new hampshire. perhaps even just afternoon in the boston area. i know it is not a l o prepared for spot showers here for that drive home from work with temperatures in the lower 50s this evening. the bulk of the rain will fall over southeastern massachusetts with boston north and west drying out, and even seeing the clouds break apart here. heaviest rain totals where we have the steadiest rain in the evening coming out of southeastern mass. the rest of us the chance for a cup of spot showers through the day. 59 degrees in boston. 59 in lawrence. 58 in nashua, new hampshire.
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a couple of lower 60s from the south shore, cape and islands and you guy also wait a little longer to see that rain move in. later in the afternoon for you guy. staying around a little later into the evening which is what we are seeing with the overnight forecast. and back in the 30s and won't hit the lower 30s until near sunrise tomorrow morning. tomorrow's high temperatures jump into the low to mid-50s which is pretty typical for this time of year. the seven-day forecast with the weekend falls view have things partly sunny tomorro by friday, 57. now friday, we do have the risk of a couple of showers out there. i am not seeing a whole lot of wet weather. as the front coming through could trigger a sprinkle or two at higher elevations like worcester hill and turns windy as we shift into your friday night and saturday. saturday, sun and 46. sunday, 54 degrees and mostly sunny. back to you. >> daniel: shiri, thank you. donald trump has secured the presidency. >> julie: the billionaire
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this morning, donald trump has secured the white house. hillary clinton conceded the race around 2:45 a.m. after it became clear that trump could
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number of electoral votes he needed. trump's victories defies the odds with key victories in bat bat states that were leaning toward clinton. a man found shot in the head in the middle of the woods. this morning it is who found him that was disturbing. fox25's malini basu say some teenagers on a bike saw the man and called their parents. >> reporter: easton and massachusetts state place spent the afternoon looking for evidence in this heavily wooded area. a man was found shot in the head. the man was f near the path of lang water pond. teenagers living in the area spotted the helpless man. >> two 13-year-old boys were riding their bicycles on pond street. they went into the woods and found in this gentleman. they in turn called their mother. >> reporter: police describe the man as, quote, not doing well. >> a white male approximately 30 years old. he was alive and suffering from some type of a head injury. >> reporter: the man was flown to a boston area hospital.
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>> my mom called me while i was at work and it was very shocking. never expect anything like this to happen. so close to home. we walk our dogs over there every single day. >> reporter: while police are trying to peace this together. they want to let residents know that they shouldn't be alarmed. >> a little concerning. we live in a small town. so hearing about something like this, no. puts everyone on edge. >> reporter: in easton, malini basu, fox25 news. the city of orlando is going to bu where the deadliest mass shooting in u.s. history happened. the city will spend two and and a quarter million dollars to purchase the pulse night club and turn it into a memorial. in june, 49 people died and 53 hurt when a gunman stormed the club. city council must sign off on the deal. 4:56 right now. if you were just waking up, donald trump has secured the nomination and will be the 45th president of the united states. >> julie: no previous
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now at 5:00. real estate mogul and billionaire businessman donald trump is now president-elect of the united states of america. >> sara: the tense race for the white house ended with a speech that wrapped up less th >> no dream is too big. no challenge is too big. nothing we want for our future is beyond our reach. america will no longer settle for anything less than the best. [cheering] >> the late-night message trump had for his supporters and those that did not vote for him. the contentious race for new hampshire too close to call. both candidates heading to bed
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the votes to be counted. fox25 election coverage continues right now. good morning, everybody. 5:00 on this wednesday morning. it is november 9. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. a very busy night and morning from the election. we have team coverage, and we will get you up to date on all of that in just a moment. but first check on the weather. meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center and shiri, saying goodbye to 60s and hello to rain. >> reporter: a cooler, damper day. showers focused over new york and kind of riding into central new england right now. that is going to be a trend. a lot of the showers kind of break apart as they shift toward us here. and we have clouds and 49 in boston. 49 in worcester. all the in betweens, though, from norwood to bedford up to fitchburg and nashua, checking in the 30s. i have got 36 in hyannis and 48 in nantucket. a little fog over the cape and islands. the plan in worcester today and i take us out to worcester. one of the first to see showers


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