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Trump battles for votes in Michigan

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With just one day and a few hours left until the next President of the United States is chosen, Donald Trump made his way to Sterling Heights on Sunday to try and win Michigan.

Supporters came out to this rally at Freedom Hill in droves. Thousands gathered cheering, yelling, and talking politics. Douglas Gacioch said Trump’s tag line says it all.

“First things first, make America great again,” he said.

Simon Faucher is just 16-years-old and has been campaigning for Trump for months by going door-to-door and making calls.

He said if Trump doesn't win he'll be devastated.

“Not happy. I put a lot of work into this and it would be for nothing,” Faucher said.

Micheal Spivey came out to support his favorite candidate as well. He said because Trump is not a career politician that makes him the better choice.

“I think he will do what he says. He will drain the swamp. And drain Washington of all the career politicians. Fix the corrupt system and I think he is the only person in America who can do it,” Spivey said.

Even though most polls show Hillary Clinton as a favorite, people at the rally believe Trump will prevail.

Denise Ireland said she agrees with everything Trump proposes and says women should not be swayed with his "locker room talk."

She believes no matter what he will win.

“Donald Trump is going to win this race hands down. And Michigan is going for Trump. He is not going to have to worry,” she said. 

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