President Barack Obama wows young supporters at a Hillary Clinton rally, telling them to ''choose hope'' over her republican rival Donald Trump as the race for the White House tightens. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION STORY: President Barack Obama stumped for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Thursday (Nov. 3) in Miami, Florida, a crucial swing state where polls show the former Secretary of State was in a tight race race with her Republican rival Donald Trump. The president was one of several high-profile surrogates speaking to supporters at Clinton rallies in the final days of the campaign. He also had a campaign stop for Clinton in Jacksonville, Florida later in the day. On Thursday, Clinton and Trump both headed to North Carolina, also a swing state, in a final effort to shore up support there as two polls showed Clinton maintaining a narrow lead nationally just days ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Both Florida and North Carolina are considered must-win states for the presidential contenders.