Hillary Clinton need not begin packing her bags for the White House.
Could the latest October surprise prod them off the fence?
If it doesn’t it means once again we have people voting when they were too ignorant to vote.
To say a one point margin, which is always within the margin of error in any sample is indicative od this press release and wishful thinking, so that none of her staff are told to commit seppuku ( Japanese ritualistic suicide), when she loses and is out on her ass in the cold of her home, of course, it was stolen, in Chappaqua, NY.
Hillary would need and exceptionally long sword to penetrate her sizable girth.
I checked, there are no Samurai Swords available for use among the DNC, they of course,are all cowards.
Don’t look for Hillary to fall on her own sword, that just for the little people with whom she surrounds herself.
Of course, the place comes equipped with a pool, Hillary can’t swim but she is so morbidly obese all she can do is float.
No one seriously the Clintons’s paid for their mansions with honestly earned money do they?
Early turnout tilts toward Democrats in swing states
Watch out, don’t stumble and land on your easily smashed head.
Sixty percent of voters view Hillary Clinton unfavorably, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll released Monday morning, the highest level of unpopularity yet for the Democratic presidential nominee.
Her Republican opponent Donald Trump is seen unfavorably by essentially as many, 58%. Overall, the race for president is heading down to the wire, with the poll showing Clinton leading Trump among likely voters by just one point, 46% to 45%. The poll was taken Wednesday through Saturday.
Using the last two nights’ results, after FBI Director James Comey revealed a further Clinton-related email investigation, 47% of the Democratic nominee’s supporters said they were very enthusiastic about her, compared with 51% across the previous six nights.
On Sunday, Trump held rallies in Colorado and New Mexico, and he is scheduled to make two stops Monday in Michigan. He is expected to visit Wisconsin on Tuesday.
Early turnout tilts toward Democrats: While Trump is newly focusing on Democratic states, Clinton has established a slim edge over her rival in early voter turnout in several vital swing states, the New York Times reports. In Florida, Nevada and elsewhere, Democrats are outperforming Republicans, the Times writes.