We are down to the final days for a most-anticipated presidential election.
At this point, is there anything that could tip the Nov. 8 voting?
Our political insiders joined Stan talk about the final day including the sky-rocketing premiums of Obamacare; what the latest polls are showing --- and whether voter turnout will be robust or lackluster.
Democrats have nearly erased the disadvantage they previously faced in Florida and have improved upon 2012's numbers in Nevada as millions of Americans vote early.
Democrats have also improved their position in Colorado and Arizona compared to this point in 2012, according to a CNN analysis of the latest early voting numbers.
Republicans, meanwhile, appear to be in a slightly better position in Iowa and North Carolina -- where the electorate includes more whites at this stage than it did at the same point in 2012.
These findings represent absentee ballots and early votes cast by more than 12.6 million Americans across 37 states where data are available. CNN has partnered with Catalist, a data company that works with progressive candidates and groups, to receive detailed early vote return information this year. Catalist's voter list connects returned ballots with demographic and registration information, such as party registration, gender and age, and allows a closer look at who has already cast a vote.
These are not results -- ballots aren't tallied until Election Day. But the findings provide clues on who is voting, and which party is turning out to vote. And while the numbers track voters' party affiliations, not all Democrats are voting for Clinton, and not all Republicans are supporting Donald Trump.
J.R. Romano, Chairman of the Connecticut Republican Party, and Kenneth Kennedy, a former Hartford City Councilman join Stan in the studio.