Scribd Scoop: Everything You Need To Know On Election Day
The campaign season is finally coming to an end. Millions of Americans will be heading to the polls today to cast their votes for president and for other important state measures.
If you've already sent in your ballot, congratulations, you've done your civic duty. If you still need to vote, you can check online to find out more about your polling place.
Either way, it pays to be prepared. To keep you on top of all the latest news, we've rounded up some relevant reading material as we head into the final hours of the 2016 election.
It's often been hard to separate the tabloid feel of the election from the important issues, but there's certainly substance underneath all the vitriol. And at the very least, the election has gotten people to talk about the issues that matter to them.
Nine days after FBI Director James Comey dropped a bombshell on the election — pointing to emails related to a separate Anthony Weiner texting scandal possibly being tied to the Clinton email probe — Comey sent another letter to Congress, saying that conclusions have not changed, therefore clearing Clinton of any wrongdoing. Now Comey is under fire, with people saying that he was wrong to release the info so close to Election Day.
The polls leading up to the election give Hillary Clinton an edge over Trump. But as we'll find out today, it's still anybody's game to win.
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