GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. —Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton made their final pitches to an anxious nation Monday, with Clinton seeking to strike a conciliatory, positive tone — and Trump, the underdog, warning of “disaster” if he loses. On the last day of the presidential campaign, Clinton seemed to be a clear but not overwhelming favorite. She held a small lead in national polls and in key battleground states. Both candidates were hoping that these polls had missed something: Trump hoping a surge in white voters that would allow him to win the White House; Clinton hoping for a surge in Latino voters that would put the race away. In Grand Rapids, Clinton talked about bringing the country together after the election was over.
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