HARTFORD -- With a wild Presidential race headed for tight finish, after word that the FBI’s email investigation targeting Hillary Clinton has resumed.
Donald Trump has been gaining, or has gone ahead, in some state polls. Which states hold the key to victory for each candidate?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump each campaigned Thursday in North Carolina, which is emerging as perhaps the state on which the 2016 presidential race turns.
Clinton has held a small but persistent lead in the state in recent weeks. A Quinnipiac University poll out Wednesday showed Clinton ahead, 48% to Trump's 46%.
It's made North Carolina's 15 electoral votes Democrats' best chances of winning a state Mitt Romney carried -- albeit by just 2 percentage points -- in 2012.
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Kevin Rennie, Columnist and Former Republican state lawmaker
Bill Curry, Democrat, White House advisor for President Bill Clinton