(6 Nov 2016) Donald Trump is promising to take his campaign into traditional Democratic territory as a sign that he's not giving up on appealing to people outside the Republican Party.
Hillary Clinton is focusing her efforts in the campaign's final days on energizing voters who usually support the Democratic nominee.
A brief scare Saturday night disrupted Trump's rally in Reno, Nevada, when Secret Service agents suddenly hustled the Republican nominee off the stage.
The agency later said that someone near the stage had shouted "Gun!" but that a subsequent apprehension of a man and search revealed no weapon.
Trump returned a few minutes later to resume his remarks and declared "We will never be stopped."
As if to prove that point, Trump scheduled rallies Sunday in Minnesota, which hasn't supported a Republican nominee since 1972, and Michigan, which hasn't since 1988.
Polls show that unlikely to change this year, but Trump was including them in a single day of campaigning covering five states.
Democrats are planning "souls to the polls" events encouraging African-American churchgoers to help drive voters to the polls on Tuesday.
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