One day before the election, Donald Trump campaigns in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Michigan. Hillary Clinton goes to Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina.
- Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton deliver their closing arguments to voters.
- Legal battles, a transit strike and poll monitoring are among the mechanics being worked out hours before the polls open.
- After the dust settles, Democrats will battle to define their party's identity.
- FBI Director James B. Comey clears Clinton in the latest email investigation. Trump says the FBI knows Clinton is guilty.
- Play the race to 270 electoral votes.
A social movement has women gearing up for Tuesday’s election in rare form — pantsuits at the ready.
Pantsuit Nation, which started as a secret Facebook group, grew to a full Twitter, Instagram and online movement over the weekend. The private group has expanded from a few friends of group founder Libby Chamberlain to more than a million members.
"[Pantsuit Nation] is not a place to convince anyone how great [Clinton] is,” Chamberlain told Mashable in an interview published Sunday. “It’s a place to celebrate how great she is."
People following the movement also use #pantsuitnation to tweet their support for the Democratic candidate and her signature style.
Posts by approved members can reflect on Clinton and her candidacy, their own challenges expressing their support for her in public this election and the concerns of racism, discrimination and fear this election has brought to some. But they can’t post poll updates, videos, news articles or memes, Chamberlain told Mashable.