Election 2016: The final countdown

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PITTSBURGH — It’s the final countdown.  Do or die time.

On this last full day of campaigning, both presidential candidates are making final pushes in the too-close-to-call states:  Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina.  Donald Trump's also on the stump in Florida and New Hampshire.

No surprise, while going for swing states, they're still swinging at each other.

"Hillary Clinton will be under investigation for a long, long time for her many crimes against our nation, our people, our democracy," GOP nominee Donald Trump said.

"This election is a moment of reckoning.  It is a choice between division or unity, between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon," democrat Hillary Clinton said.

This  weekend, the feds apparently did some speed reading and now say there's really nothing new in those Hillary emails.

This, after dropping a huge October surprise about finding e-mails related to Clinton's private server on a computer belonging to top aide Huma Abedin and estranged hubby, Anthony Weiner.  That announcement caused some more mud-slinging and gave Trump a late surge.

A CNN Poll of Polls averages the last five national phone surveys and gives Clinton a narrow lead, 45 percent to Trump’s 42 percent.

Now that Clinton's off the hook for those e-mails again, this election for the ages is just about over.