It’s finally time to vote as Clinton, Trump make final pitch

VOTERS CAST ballots at the St. Thomas More polling location in Cleveland on Nov. 8. The Justice Department will deploy 500 personnel to polling stations, including those in Providence and Pawtucket, on Election Day to help protect voters against discrimination and intimidation. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT
VOTERS CAST ballots at the St. Thomas More polling location in Cleveland on Nov. 8. The Justice Department will deploy 500 personnel to polling stations, including those in Providence and Pawtucket, on Election Day to help protect voters against discrimination and intimidation. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT
Preserve the U.S. political establishment or blow it up? That’s the question facing 226 million Americans eligible to vote for president Tuesday, with as many as 50 million having done so already. The winner inherits leadership of the world’s largest economy and a nation perhaps irreconcilably divided over immigration, trade and its role in the…

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