Donald Trump speaking in Sarasota at 11 a.m.

"This is it", Trump said before thousands at Sarasota County Fairgrounds.

Overshadowing the flurry of last-minute campaigning was FBI Director James Comey's latest letter to Congress, informing lawmakers that the bureau had found no evidence in its hurried review of newly discovered emails to warrant criminal charges against Clinton. After voting in New York Tuesday morning, After that, Trump was to return to Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, North Carolina and New Hampshire. She instead shifted to message of reconciliation after a rough campaign.

"The fact that bots produce systematically more positive content in support of a candidate can bias the perception of the individuals exposed to it, suggesting that there exists an organic, grassroots support for a given candidate, while in reality it's all artificially generated".

"This is the last day of our campaign", he said. The campaign said the "personal and positive" message would reach some 20 million people just hours before polls open nationwide.

If that holds true Election Day, how Hispanics vote here may decide who wins the state - and the White House.

But Florida's Hispanic demographics are shifting.

To that end, Trump was scheduled to end his exhausting day with an 11:00 p.m. ET event in Grand Rapids, Mich. On Monday, he'll go to Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire. Trump, too, planned to keep up the breakneck campaign pace through Tuesday.

Without Florida and Nevada, Trump's path would be exceedingly narrow. "Is there any place more fun to be than a Trump rally?"

The Republican nominee paused in the middle of a riff on 98-year-old evangelical Christian leader Rev. Billy Graham-"I don't think Billy Graham ever spoke this, do we agree?"-when he spotted his own likeness in the crowd". He bragged about his hard campaigning. "Good luck, get out there".

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