Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and husband, former President Bill Clinton take the stage during a campaign rally in Raleigh, N.C., Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)
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In a red pantsuit and full of smiles, Hillary Clinton blitzed three states and four cities in a marathon final day of campaigning Monday -- with the help of two presidents, one rock Boss and Lady Gaga.The 69-year-old Clinton is used to epic travel days -- as secretary of state, she logged nearly a million miles on the road.About 2,500 people flocked to the campus of the University of Pittsburgh for Clinton's first rally -- an outdoor event on a sunny autumn day.If Clinton is worried, it doesn't show. Her staff added a few rallies to her final days on the trail -- but not as many as Trump tacked on. The Democrat's path to victory goes through the American Rust Belt -- states like Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan, which voted for Barack Obama but are not as enthusiastic about Clinton.Organizers did not remove the presidential seal from the podium used by Obama when Clinton spoke, as would normally be done -- optics are everything.After the rally, Clinton headed to Raleigh, North Carolina, another key battleground, for a midnight event, the last of the long day.Clinton headed home to Chappaqua, where she plans to vote in the early morning.
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