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Michigan is the focus as presidential campaign enters final 48 hours

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Michigan Radio

The major-party candidates are making a final push to win Michigan.

Both Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will be stopping in Michigan, once again, between now and Election Day. In fact, Trump will be making two stops.

Trump will rally supporters this afternoon in Sterling Heights. The GOP nominee is also expected to be back late Monday night for an election eve rally.

Trump’s running mate Mike Pence will campaign in Traverse City Monday. 

Hilary Clinton will also be in Michigan on Monday. She’s scheduled to appear at a Grand Rapids get-out-the-vote rally Monday afternoon.

Clinton’s husband, former president Bill Clinton, is campaigning today in Lansing.   

President Barack Obama will also be in Michigan campaigning for his former Secretary of State. The outgoing president will be in Ann Arbor Monday morning.

Michigan is considered a toss-up state in Tuesday’s election. Recent polls give Clinton the edge over Trump.  

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