NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - More than 9 million people across the United States, including record numbers in Florida, have voted early in the heated presidential election.
Florida remains an important battleground state where Hillary Clinton holds an edge. Campaigning for a third day in a row in the Sunshine State, Donald Trump told supporters not to believe the polls. He said he thinks he is winning in Florida and North Carolina and is polling well in Ohio.
While rising poll numbers look good for the Democratic nominee, rising health insurance premiums under Obamacare do not, giving Trump a renewed line of attack.
Noting the 20 million Americans who now have healthcare because of the law, the Clinton campaign is pushing back, saying she plans to fix problems with the Affordable Care Act rather than repeal it.
Building on recent momentum, the Clinton campaign is also looking to expand the electoral map. A new Monmouth University survey shows a virtual tie in Arizona, a traditional Republican stronghold. GOP vice presidential candidate Mike Pence sounded the alarm, telling supporters to reach out to Republican and conservative friends to "come home" and unite behind Trump.