Candidates make final push before voters head to the polls

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NEW YORK -- Hillary Clinton made her final campaign push in the critical state of North Carolina overnight with the help of celebrity friends Lady GaGa and Bon Jovi.

"It's not just my name or Donald Trump's name on the ballot - it's the kind of country we want," she told supporters.

The star-studded rally came as voters in the small town of Dixville, New Hampshire cast the first in-person ballots of the day giving Clinton a 4-to-2 win over rival, Donald Trump.

Donald Trump held his own midnight rally in the battleground state of Michigan, a Democratic leaning state he's eyeing to turn red Tuesday.

"Today we are going to win the great state of Michigan and we are going to win back the White House."

42 million votes have already been cast making today the final day to vote at polling like this one in Northern Virginia.

Trump's daughters courted voters in the state yesterday where 13 electoral votes are up for grabs.

In Pennsylvania, Clinton was joined by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Clinton goes into today's contest with more ways to win the White House.

In order for Trump to win he'll have to take Pennsylvania, Florida, and Ohio to reach 270 electoral votes.

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