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sure it remains a blue state. and the all important battleground of north carolina. >> donald trump has stops in five states. that includes pennsylvania and north carolina. he started in florida where polls show a virtual dead heat. tonight, he traveled to new hampshire and he closed out date in michigan where he hopes he can flip that state red. both candidates making their closing country. >> my contract with the american voter begins with a plan to end government corruption. when we win tomorrow, we are going to drain the swamp. >> the choice in this election could not be clearer. it really is between division or unity. between strong and steady leadership. or a loose cannon. >> and we're also getting a snapshot into where things
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donald trump among likely voters. that's according to the latest nbc news survey monkey weeks tracking poll. ahead of this election, the department of justice is announcing it will deploy hundreds of personnel to polling places around the country. the doj says members of its civil rights division will be present in 28 states tomorrow, to ensure thated that includes more than 500 monitors in 67 different jurisdictions. among those, a couple here in battleground, virginia, there will be monitors in both fairfax and prince william counties. we are covering this election from all the different angles. a look at the national and local races. and what you can expect in weather when you head to the polls tomorrow.
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lawrence in manhattan. >> we're here in manhattan because donald trump will be here in new york at this time tomorrow night. at some point tomorrow night, he will make his way to the hilton hotel behind me for an election night rally, win or lose. earlier today, you mentioned his ambition schedule. five states on the final day of campaigning. we heard him express this from donald trump. in some of the rallies like in florida. he was on point, hammering ar e-mail server. tying it to larger issues about her character asking voters you can trust hillary clinton. he was also speaking to the angst that working americans feel about the economy saying we can do better and recover much faster. but he also showed a propensity to be distracted, he saw somebody with a mask.
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later in north carolina got into the longer discussion about the size of the crowds, not the sort of issues that are going to swing voters coming into the final hours of campaigning. now for hillary clinton, she's been distinctive not so much for what she has said today, not what she has not said. she hasn't mentioned the e-mail controversy with the fbi's recent decision. and she's barely mentioned her opponent by name. she's mostly stuck to larger themes about unity and a hef clearly making a pitch for some of those last undecided voters in some of these swing states. at one point, she said that there is a possibility of a disaster occurring if donald trump where to be elected. but again, mostly, she's been sticking to more of a hopeful tone as she wraps up her campaigning. she's got a big rally in
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for here in new york for tomorrow night. fireworks over the hudson display. she did get the permit, but we were told tonight that fireworks display has been cancelled. we'll be bringing you up to date on this. we'll have more on that at news4 at 6:00 and 11:00, i'm live in new york, i'm chris lawrence. i'll send it back to you guys. >> we'll see you shortly. early voting has wrapped up as election officials get ready for the decision desk. >> thousands of people have already cast their votes, i want to delve into the numbers for you. a new poll coming out it actually tracks early voting. here's what we know so far, more than 43 million people cast their ballot in early voting. women are outpacing men 55% to 44%. and democrats are outpacing
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of age or older. we want to switch gears now to some of the issues people in our area will be voting on this year. in fairfax county, residents will decide whether or not the institute of called meals tax. the measure will allow the county to creates a tax, up to 4% on prepared foods and drink at restaurants and other places. 70% of the money will go to fairfax county schools. and 30% will go toun montgomery county residents will decide whether to create term limits. the measure would limit county members to three consecutive terms or 12 years in the same position. in prince george's county voters will decide whether to at two at-large seats to council. voters will decide whether to close the $200,000 for transportation projects including the purple line.
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vacancies of the attorney general and comptroller. back to you. >> meagan fitzgerald, thank you. >> the polls in virginia hope tomorrow morning at 6:00 and will stay open until 7:00 p.m. in maryland, they open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00. we've posted information with polling information and places. well, a lot of eyes are on virginia. here are the latest poll numbers out of that. clinton now holds a six-point lead over trump in the final wasson center poll. 48% to 42%, that is half the lead she had just two weeks ago nap has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6%. clinton leads in women and millennials. trump leading in men. the northern virginia suburbs
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trump's daughter ivanka is in northern virginia. she just wrapped up a campaign event in manassas where she said it's time to stop thinking about women issues. women care about jobs, health care, schools, economy and national security. later this evening, vice presidential nominee, tim kaine comes to fairfax for a rally as well. is getting ready. >> reporter: right out of the johnson center, big political heavy hitters coming here. vice president joe biden and his wife will be joining tim kaine and his wife. at this point, the big message will be get out to support. they're urging supporters to keep making phone calls. to keep knocking on doors. that's something that volunteers have been doing for days, even weeks already.
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campaign office in sterling. the sign on the wall shows volunteers filling 150 shifts here. realtor betty collins has been a long time worker. >> i'm doing it. >> reporter: the heart and soul of this campaign, they are running on nervous energy with most polls showing hillary clinton ahead in virginia, but trump gaining ground. >> this is not a stay at home if i voted. i need to be doing this. >> reporter: in the same shopping center, with the gop office, also giving donald trump. >> trump will help me next year, taxwise, the second amendment. i have a 4-month-old, i think about her. >> reporter: this troupe looking
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an app on the phone identifies the target. >> are you happy with the way things are, do you want to see a change? >> i'm voting for trump. >> we're the trump team. thank you for your support. >> reporter: watching trump climb in the polls with the election approaching she center this moment item. >> really, really close. we're so close in the state. the trump team is rallying right now. we're seeing a lot more support >> reporter: back live to george mason university. the rally for tim kaine expected to start somewhere between 7:30 and 8:00 tonight. when i join you on news4 at 6:00 we'll talk to some of the supporters. >> and donald trump's daughters meeting with reporters.
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where ivanka and tiffany trump spoke. >> reporter: there were thousands of supports lined up here. they all want to prove the polls wrong to see donald trump carry virginia tomorrow. his daughters tiffany and see ivanka were here to do. tiffany trump talking about how they were all raised by trump. >> i really hadn't thought it's going to be able to work on the campaign trail. being able to travel along with ivanka, such a strong woman. >> reporter: the trump children trying to turn purple virginia red for republicans tomorrow. >> he's also unbeholding to anyone, other than the american people.
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not the special interests. not the donors. he's doing it for all of you. >> reporter: and these voters left happy and ready to work the polls tomorrow. what did you think? >> i think it was totally awesome. those women hit it out of the park. very intelligence. attractive. >> i'm just so impressed how poised and professional both of them are. i think that speaks to trump and their mother to have such educated and says a lot. >> reporter: now, some supporters out here were even singing for trump. that's coming up at 6:00. i'm tom sherwood in manassas. back to you, wendy. >> thanks, tom. what can you expect at the polls when you go out to vote early in the morning. >> our man doug joins us with the election day forecast. >> you want to make sure you
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start, frost advisory and freeze warnings. and freeze warnings, prince william county and spotsylvania including fredericksburg, even areas not in the advisory, you too are going to be very cold. take the coat. we'll talk about the election day forecast. the entire day, 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. in most elections. we'll talk about that coming up in ten the race for the white house. coming up next, d.c. mayor muriel bowser in the studio with us on early voting and election security. also, the centers for disease control now helping to investigate the source of a potentially deadly bacteria inside the prince george's county hospital. an expert gives his take on what he thinks could have gone wrong.
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second second time. the first time was an accident. the second was not. a young woman was shot and killed hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to
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them." vo: just one. after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig.
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it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible
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montgomery county. we're trying to figure out why the scaffolding at a construction site collapsed this afternoon. two workers were hurt here. they were taken away on stretchers. chopper 4 was above the scene on georgia avenue just about an hour ago. montgomery county fire and rescue teams are there investigating. a 6-year-old virginia girl will spend the rest of her life without her mother. someone shot and killed the 26-year-old woman this news4 assess dorothy spencer near the shopping center in gainesville, where it happened. >> reporter: the young mother worked here at the bubble hair salon. flowers being dropped off by a customer. the salon is closed. i was able to speak to the victim's mother. she tells me her daughter was supposed to be in court this morning for child support and child custody hearing.
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gathered for a ceremony at the place where she was shot and killed wednesday afternoon. she had just gotten off work at the bubble harrison. her mom wants justice. >> find out shoo kill herd. >> reporter: her mom said she was due in court along with the father of her 6-year-old daughter. >> this morning, they're supposed to go to the courts for custody and child support. >> reporter: she had just left the salon where she was assistant manager for five years. she was shot in the parking lot. the shot manager. >> she was a mom. she was a beautiful mom, a beautiful daughter. a beautiful spirit. >> reporter: that spirit on
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shaved her head for support for a person going through cancer treatments. the shop is closed. >> just us coming together, loving each other. supporting each other. being together. you know, laughing and trying to remember, you know, the beautiful person lynn was. >> reporter: definitely a tough day here at the salon. i spoke to prince william county that this shooting was not random. coming up at news4 at 6:00, you're going to hear some of the customers who came out to the shop today, including one who was here right before the shooting happened. >> darcy spencer, thank you. tomorrow, voters across the region go and cast their ballots then it will be over. here in the district so many
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thank you for being here. >> my pleasure. >> we know early voting wrapped up for the district. did you have a good turnout? >> we had a huge turnout. 100,000 people already voted. that's a 17% increase from the last presidential election which is big. more than 20% of our people have turned out that are registered to vote which is big. but we want them to keep voting. keep voting, the polls are open tomorrow at washington, polling locations across the city. >> you can also register to vote tomorrow. >> absolutely. >> how is that going to work, any concerns about any security around that? >> we really aren't. we're encouraging people. we have same day registration in the district. in addition to early voting which we want to expand the franchise and have everybody who is eligible come out to vote. if you're a d.c. resident and
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go to your polling location, you can register to vote and register with a regular ballot. and the board of elections website. you can go there sand find your polling locations. >> where are you going to be tomorrow night? >> i'm going to be celebrating, i hope we get the call early for a big presidential race for d.c. but also we have statehood on the ballot. so we'll be watching those votes come in as well. and we're encouraging everybody in washington to vote yes on referendum it's important that every washingtonian, tax paying americans just like the residents of all of the states, yet, we don't have a single vote in congress. our congresswoman can't vote and we don't have a vote in the senate whatsoever. so we need those two senators. it's important for the region, wendy. all of the issues about the washington region.
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senators making that decision instead of four. that's why we need state who's. >> thank you. edge go vote. when you're at the polls, we want you to keep an eye out irregularity. the news4 team wants to know any instances of broken machines or somebody flipping the vote. you can at all the tip line 202-855-4444. or see mail tips >> it's a plan that could benefit all drivers and taxpayers won't foot the bill to set it up. a new plan for toll lanes on
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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man: hey baby, how are you? woman: i have a surprise for you.
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en they're away, they miss out on a lot. but they won't miss out on financial support. because we cover any difference between their military pay and their dominion salary, and continue benefits for them and their families. why do we do it? because our vets sacrifice enough. "dominion. depend on us for more than energy." ? stand by me. ? oh, sun already down tonight. you know, daylight saving time ended over the weekend so the sun was down at 5:01. tomorrow, sunsets at 5:00. after that, it's the 4:00 hour. oh, my goodness. right now, temperaturewise, it's going to start to cool quickly now that the sun is down. 59 degrees right now. winds are calm.
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calm winds with the clearer skies. 55 in frederick. 52 in gaithersburg and winchester, 49 in warrington. temperatures are going to drop quickly as we move through the hours, as you make your way in and out of the evening, again it's going to be quite cool. 56 degrees by 7:00. this is inside the city by 11:00. cold night, most of this under a frost advisory. county, the district, the i-95 corridor. a freeze warning in effect. prince william, staffor spotsylvania. and the growing season has ended here so you will no longer see any frost or freeze advisories. if you have sensitive plants, bring them in. don't forget to bring the pets
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morning, 33 in leesburg, 36 in fredericksburg. a very cold start to the day for sure. but with sunshine tomorrow, we're going to warm up nicely. a great afternoon with a high temperature of 68 degrees. for those of you heading to the polls tomorrow. tomorrow morning, you know it's on the cold side. 7:00 a.m., yep, it's cold for hour. 1:00, great anywhere between 11:00 and 4:00, i think it's great weatherwise, if you're standing in long lines. you may have that time, 4:00 to 7:00, 8:00, hour it's on the chilly side. not quite as cold but still chilly. make sure you get out there and take your coat. high temperatures the next couple of days. only on the 50s on wednesday and thursday. good chance of rain. we need the rain. good chance of that rain on wednesday. take the umbrella, 58 breezy and chilly on thursday. veterans day looking good with a high of 62.
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tom kierein will talk much more with that forecast. thank you, doug, more than 20,000 former felons get their voting rights restored in the commonwealth of virginia. >> still ahead, one to cast they are ballot for the first time. >> reporter: i'm adam tuss live in chopper 4. someone is stuck in that mess. there's new plan a i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do
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ress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask
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we have a tremendous opportunity ahead of us. and you can vote for a hopeful, inclusive, big-hearted america that will set the stage for an even better future. >> this election will decide whether we are ruled by a corrupt political pledge. everybody is people. we're going to be ruled by the people, folks. >> here it is, the final push. candidates will be out on the trail until the wee hours of the morning, working to get every last vote before america goes to the polls tomorrow. we want to go straight to meagan fitzgerald, she's keeping an eye on all of the rallies at the decision desk. >> we're in the homestretch, just hours away from the end of
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surrogates across the country making the case. right now, donald trump is expected to speak at a rally inn scranton, pennsylvania. >> vice president joe biden just wrapped up a campaign rally until st. petersburg, the vice president is expected to join president obama in independence hall in philadelphia. if you need a way to get out and vote there are options and incentives. uber and lyft are offering discounts on rides. if you can't take uber or lyft, take a free zipcar.
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could take a zip line. i thought that would be fun. >> that would be fun. >> interesting, challenging but interesting. earlier today, nbc news released its latest battleground map that shows hillary clinton with a slight edge in terms of electoral votes. >> there are still pathways to victory for either campaign. it all comes down to turnout. >> joining us to look at the state of the race, nbc political editor mark >> reporter: good. >> both campaigns focused in north carolina and pennsylvania today. which states are the ones we need to be watching tomorrow? >> reporter: i really think to me there are three big states to watch. the first is florida. and the reason being, this is an absolutely must win state for donald trump. and if hillary clinton is able to win it, and we kind of know that earlier in the evening, that gives you a very good indication of how the night is going to end up being.
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know you're in for a late night. another state i'm watching is north carolina, maybe the closest state in the country. it has really key gubernatorial, as well as senate contests that are going on there. and then, of course there is the state of michigan. and that is the state that donald trump and his campaign are trying to turn from blue to red. you know, the reality for the donald trump campaign when you look at the battleground map, he is short of 270 for him to win, he has to pick off a michigan or maybe a pennsylvania to get there. it's a really tough thing for him to do, but it is possible. >> mark, do you think it's possible that we'll have a picture, a clearer picture in mind a little earlier, since we're looking at the east coast states and not the western states? >> yeah, doreen, that's why florida is so important. if all of a sudden, hillary
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remember, there's a tremendous amount of early voting that's happened in florida. it's possible that polls closed, we're getting 70s% of the votes in. have a very good idea of who's ahead. if someone she's the one ahead by a pretty good chunk of chain then you can see how the rest of the night is going to play out. all eyes should be on florida, across the country as well, including in virginia. >> mark murray, thanks so much. >> don't will be one hour long tonight. you can watch it right after news4 at 6:00. >> the saying is no pain, no gain. it will add toll lanes that will stretch from the beltway out to gainesville. news4 transportation reporter adam tuss is high above 66, for how it's supposed to work, adam. >> reporter: wendy, they tell me
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take a look. yeah, this is a big plan for i-66. let me show you what 66 looks like pretty much every night that this corridor. take a look here. absolutely loaded up. the headlights coming towards you are headed westbound. the taillights eastbound. i'm going to tell you on my telestrator, it would add two new express lanes in each direction on both sides of 66. of course that is going to push 66 out a little bit in both directions. so you got a but, clearly, something needs to be done with 66, because it's in such bad shape, pretty much every night. take a list ton vdot and what they're saying about the impacts of those on the roads. >> there is some right-of-way impact. and we've been out in the public talking about that over the last two years. there are some total those anticipated with the project,
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is what we showed in our plans last year. >> reporter: yeah, so 11 properties being told about being taken. take a look at 66, this is absolutely loaded up in traffic in such a bad condition. we're talking about 23 new express lanes -- 23 miles of new express lanes from the beltway all the way out to gainesville. this is going to be a super impactful project. construction expected to start next year. get th construction along this corridor. which is already crawling. so, of course, it's going to be pretty impactful. coming up news4 at 6:00, we'll tell you about the tolling plan for this part of 66. and how a private company is going to get to keep those tolls wait till you hear how long. back to you, doreen. >> that's a construction project that's going to hurt.
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construction project on beach drive, the city is getting ready for repaving another thorough face. ddot will be milling and paving along 16th street between alaska avenue and ft. stevens drive. crews will be out from 3:30 to 9:30. work is expected to take about three weeks. we're working for you in northern virginia to prevent teenage suicide. there will be a forum this evening whereu it. phyllis randall, the chair of the county board of supervisors is putting this on. it starts tonight at 7:00 at the loudoun hospital conference center parkway in leesburg. for other mental health resources in the area you can open the washington app and search changing minds. a milestone for a locally quartered hotel change that
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fulfilled two years early. >> reporter: while the cdc is actively working to find out how potentially deadly material got back inside the prince george's hospital center nic u, experts hospital center nic u, experts are weighi ng after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible
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vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a
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he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney and i approve this message. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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goal of hiring 10,000 veterans. in five year, that's two years early. the company joined a white house initiative to hire vets and their family members in 2013. hilton also launched its own opportunity plan to encourage these hires. hilton is working to have family members and veterans make up 10% in the united states. ready for the vikings on sunday. as carol reports, the team is back. >> reporter: they have not talked to trent lee. there is no need, they say, back from the bye week, they have their captain back. >> just getting off, the first thing when i walked off, first thing on my twitter, suspended
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board. >> going to talk to trent. the situation, how it happened and keep that between us. >> i'm not comparing him to my son. when my son did something, i kind of gave him that look, he knows what he did. i don't need to reprimands him. >> vernon was able to step in. i thought it's what's what we've been doing all year. we preach about the next man. who has been waiting for this and has trent in his ear. >> he's my guy. he's given me words of advice. right now, you know, just deal with you guys. >> want him to come back fresh legs, fresh mind, fresh body. he's going to have motivation on his back. i feel sorry to anybody got to line up and practice. i'm going to move to the opposite side.
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5th. until then, redskins have to endure one of the toughest stretches of the season, starting sunday against the vikings. at redskins park, carol maloney, news4 sports. a dream vacation cut short by illness. a viewer turns to susan hogan for help. >> reporter: she's 49 years old but she's voting for the very first time. coming up, il tell'l i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. iddle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours.
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and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask for your vote. in virginia, 24,000 former felons registered to vote for the first in years, some for the
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the governor restored righting rights to felons. about one-third moved ahead to vote. julie carey went along with one of them as she cast her in-person absentee ballot. >> reporter: pam is about to hit her 50th birthday. she's raised four girls. has a good job. on saturday, she was nervous as she murray lost her right to vote after a felony drug conviction. she served 12 months in jail and received a clear message when she was released. >> that i wouldn't be able to vote and i didn't have any rights. >> reporter: this year, that all changed, her friend sheila coach learned that governor terry mcauliffe created an easier path
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>> it seems so wrong not to have the right to vote after you served your time. >> she asked me if i knew anybody that couldn't vote that was a felon, that would be me. >> reporter: murray got her letter restoring her civil rights. >> when i got the letter, i saw her and i ran out and showed her my envelope. i said open it, look. i was crying. >> it took a lot for her desire to want to what we were is just the vehicle in which we can use to accomplish that goal. that's why i'm proud of her. >> reporter: so coates was by her side as murray went to cast her absentee battle. then the big moment. >> you are in 10th congressional district. this is a two-sided ballot. take it to a privacy booth over here. fill it in. and put your ballot in the voting machine. >> reporter: murray took her
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president. then her ballot was cast. and for the first time, murray could proudly wear the i voted sticker. >> that's your right. >> i haven't felt this good in a long time. i'm excited. >> reporter: murray's first vote contains even more significance. she was just diagnosed with a second episode of cancer. came after a treatment of radiation. >> i count. didn't vote, it didn't matter. our votes count now. >> reporter: pam murray is not finished. she's gotten all four of her adult daughters to register to vote for the first time. now, she wants to get them to the polls. >> we want you to weigh in. when are you planning to vote?
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the number on your screen. ahead to the nbc washington facebook page. nbc4 responds to one viewer's trip to italy that was short. he flight he paid for but never took. susan hogan has his story and how she was able to get results. >> flying to italy is a long light. when one passenger got really sick, the customer and the airline thought it best grounded. that paid airline ticket sat for a year and about to expire. >> reporter: tom bauer bought two ground trip tickets to rome, italy. he'd been to eternal city before. >> this is just a really fun trip. >> reporter: this time, he planned on taking a friend. >> my friend had not been to rome before. >> reporter: they flew from washington, d.c. to jfk in new york.
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going along just fine. >> reporter: when they boarded his connecting flight, his friend became really sick. >> we figured it was something in the airport. >> reporter: they had no choice to get off the plane. delta actually arranged for a cab and even put the men up in a hotel room so they could fly out the next day. >> they were very gracious. >> reporter: unfortunately, his friend was still very sick, instead of going on their dream vacation to rome, they flew back to d.c. voucher for $427.50, the amount left over from their short travel. >> and it was good for a year. >> reporter: no problem for tom. >> a month or so ago i started to make plans to use them. delta travel. >> reporter: tom used his voucher towards his next trip. but his friend had no plans to travel. so tom wanted to use that unused balance on his friend's voucher. >> i paid for it.
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>> reporter: but delta would not transfer the money to tom. >> there's $427 that i'm out. that is when i calls news4. >> reporter: we contacted delta who told us tom's voucher was non-refundable and nontransferable. the airline said it would make an exception based on tom's situation and credited him the money back to his credit card. delta said it's happy to work with passengers facing unusual circumstances. as for visiting italy -- >> we would very much like to get to rome some day. may get there again. >> and tom says he will definitely travel with delta again. he did not have trip insurance which could have made a very big difference, depending on the coverage he had. >> all right. >> good work, susan. >> you don't need to leave town right now, though. the weather is -- >> lovely -- >> -- beautiful. with the fall colors.
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walking into a fairyland. >> a fairyland of fall foliage, he said. as we have gorgeous autumn color with us. we see faint showing up on the horizon. a little bit of a moon there in the left part of the sky. near the moon if you look closer when you step outside to walk the the moon. and the temperatures hovering in the low 50s. they're going to drop down by 7:00. and then stay in the 40s. then dipping in the upper 30s after midnight. by dawn, all of these areas in light blue, including montgomery county, prince george's, fairfax, arlington and southern maryland likely some frost. a freeze warning in the purple
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sunglasses the rest of the day and an afternoon jacket. we are past peak. we have peak color along the immediate metro area. the 95 corridor. the peak color is in place. look at this. this was taken yesterday around the tidal basin. the cherry blossom trees. post your pictures on twitter, facebook and instagram. on wednesday, we get showers coming in. highs in the 50s. drying out, breezy.
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and way into the following week on the 16th and 17th of november. that's the way it looks. >> a serious situation for the ?? stand by me ?? vo: for dominion, part of delivering affordable energy includes supporting those in our community who need help. our energyshare program does just that, assisting with bill pay and providing free, energy-saving upgrades. it's more than helping customers, it's helping neighbors.
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guilty to first degree murder. he was 17 when detectives say he attacked a boy who lived in the upper levels of his townhome in dale city, virginia. this was in may. prince william county investigators say the suspect and elizabeth eric cocoawere distant relatives. >> there's new criticism abou while federal officials try to get to the bottom of the problem, one expert says there's plenty of reason to be concerned. he spoke to our county bureau chief. >> the first was an accident. the second time was possibly gross incompetence. >> reporter: for decades, he studied and read about it at the hospital. he told us via skype that he's deeply concerned about the
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potentially deadly bacteria inside the nic-u. >> my concern is that the public is not being told the truth. >> reporter: the nic-u tap water was the source of the contamination. now the cdc is working to pinpoint the caution of the second discovery. >> when i heard the outbreak occurred again, i said this may be a classic example of a flawed analysis, where only one of several contributing factors
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>> reporter: should other patients going into that hospital be concerned for their health? >> i think they should. i think now that they've learned the hospital said they fixed the problem quote/unquote when it wasn't really fixed, i think they should be concerned. >> reporter: our expert went on to say that transparency is important for patients but other hospitals to stand to learn what went on inside of this nic-u. now at 6:00, the campaigning and controversy, it all comes down to this. >> we've got to rise above all of this. hate-filled rhetoric. >> it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box tomorrow. the presidential race is tight. just hours before voters head to the polls. tonight, both candidates are leaving nothing to chance for the battleground blitz across
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undecided voters. news4 has every angle covered on the eve of election day. >> it's a busy day. and both presidential candidates are hoping to have the last word before voters go to the polls tomorrow. >> our team coverage begins tonight with steve handelsman who is in philadelphia. steve? >> reporter: hey, tim, your hometown, this is center city. a giantic crowd of people from clinton in her final campaign event of the 2016 race. and they get to see bruce springsteen, too. this state of pennsylvania is one of the big blue democratic states that donald trump today and tonight is still trying to take from hillary clinton to win this election. >> reporter: hillary clinton


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