Clinton, Trump make their closing arguments

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NEW YORK (GRAY DC) The big day is finally here and voters across the nation are hitting the polls today for this historic 2016 election. The nominees, stumping all the way through Monday and into Tuesday.

Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump casted their ballots on Tuesday morning in New York after wrapping up Monday's non-stop campaign schedule with dueling midnight rallies.

"Did you ever think you’d be hearing a major speech like at around close to one o’clock in the morning? Are we Crazy," Trump said to a crowd in Grand Rapids, Michigan at his final rally of the campaign.

“Tomorrow you can vote for a hopeful, inclusive, big-hearted America," Clinton said at her midnight rally in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Clinton campaigned from morning to night on Monday in Pennsylvania, Michigan and ending in North Carolina, key battleground states with 51 electoral votes between them.

"Our core values are being tested in this election but my faith in the future have never been stronger," Clinton said.

Clinton arrived home in White Plains, New York early Tuesday morning, greeting a few hundred supporters on the tarmac.

Donald Trump finished up his rallies with an optimistic tone.

"We will make America safe again, and we will make America great again," he said.

Trump's last day on the campaign trail ending with a whirlwind five-state push, appearing in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Michigan, which have 84 electoral votes between them.

"I am with you. I will fight for you and I will win for you, I promise," Trump said.

It all comes to an end in the Big Apple, where each candidate is holding election night parties within two miles of one another.

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