Tuesday’s Morning Rush Video, 5 Facts: Race for White House enters final stretch

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The 5 Facts You Need to Know

1. The race for the White House is coming to an end. Tuesday morning, a new CNN poll shows Hillary Clinton with a 4 percent edge over Donald Trump, but it’s going to come down to the road to 270. Key battleground states like Florida and North Carolina are still a toss-up. Political experts say those states will be crucial in this race, especially for Trump. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton looks to be a lot closer to 270 according to polls. Still, political experts are not ready to call this one, saying this race has had some surprises.

Full Story: Election Day: Americans choose between Clinton and Trump


2. It’s Election Day, and possibly the most talked about Presidential races with record breaking numbers already being reported at the polls. From early and absentee ballots alone, about 40 percent of all registered voters in New Mexico have already cast their votes. Tuesday, ABQ Ride and Sun Vans are waiving all fares so that voters can get to the polls.

Full Story: Record numbers for early voting, absentee ballots in New Mexico


3. Tuesday, mostly sunny. Highs in the lower to mid 60’s. Below canyons east winds 10 to 20 mph in the morning. Tuesday night, clear. Lows in the 30’s.

Video: Kristen’s Election Day Forecast 


4. A Rio Rancho firefighter is still without his gear after it was stolen by thieves. Someone stole his truck, a 2013 white Ford F-150, from his North Valley home Sunday. In the truck was part of his uniform and technical rescue gear, including a harness, boots and helmet. The truck’s license plate number is FF5121.

Full Story: Truck with Rio Rancho firefighter’s gear inside stolen


5. The lone American who’s not waking up on planet Earth has already cast his vote from space. NASA says astronaut Shane Kimbrough filed his absentee ballot from the International Space Station sometime over the past few days. The astronaut will not be back to Earth until February and by then the U.S. will already have a new president.

Full Story: ‘I voted from space’: Lone American off planet casts ballot

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