When millions of Americans vote tomorrow, the presidential electoral map will look familiar.
Just a few weeks ago, there was talk of Arizona, Georgia and even Texas becoming toss-up states. But on the day before votes are cast, it looks like Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio will decide the presidential election once again.
NPR’s Ron Elving talks with Here & Now’s Robin Young about NPR's updated battleground map, as well as news over the weekend that emails discovered in late October would not affect the FBI’s decision to close its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
This segment aired on November 7, 2016.