Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine greets players and supporters of the Highland Springs, Virginia Saints during a campaign swing through his home state. Rough Cut (no reporter narration.)
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Story: Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine showed his support for the Highland Springs Youth Football and Cheer Association in Highland Springs, Virginia on Saturday (September 10). Kaine posed for photos with players, parents and supporters during a campaign swing through his home state over the weekend. The junior senator from Virginia and his running mate, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton are fighting a surge by Republican presidential rival Donald Trump as the presidential campaign enters its final leg. Virginia is considered one of four swing states-those that are not clearly in the Democratic or Republican camp-that could prove decisive in the Electoral College vote that will ultimately determine the winner in November. The latest Reuters-Ipsos poll showed Trump with 40 percent support vs 39 percent for Clinton, effectively ending Clinton's bump up in the polls after the Democratic nominating convention. Other polls showed Clinton's lead had shrunk.