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Hillary Clinton vows to ‘be a president for all Americans’ in final TV ad

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Hillary Clinton is making one last appeal to voters.

The Clinton campaign released a 2-minute advertisement laying out the choice in the election. The national advertisement will air during “The Voice” on NBC and “Kevin Can Wait” on CBS, reaching an estimated 20 million people, according to the Clinton campaign.

Clinton talks directly to the camera in the two-minute spot, called “Tomorrow.” She uses the advertisement to lay out her agenda, promising voters she will “be a president for all Americans,” not just those who support her in the election.

“I will work my heart out as president to make things better for you and your family. We won’t always get it right, but you can count on this: I never quit and I never will,” she says in the advertisement. “I’ll get up every day determined to keep America safe and strong and make our economy work for everyone, not just those at the top.”

Clinton also said she has spent her life working for children and families, and never has that been more important than right now.

“This has to be our mission together: to give our kids and every American the chance to live up to their God-given potential,” she said. “I’m asking you for your vote. And tomorrow, let’s make history together.”

According to RealClearPolitics, Clinton has an average lead of 3 percentage points over Donald Trump nationwide.

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