WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UPI) -- It's almost over. In a frantic final day of campaigning, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump plus their running mates and top surrogates are fanning out across the country Monday for one final push before Election Day.
Clinton had four events in four states, Trump five in five.
Clinton began her day with two solo events, one outside Pittsburgh and the second at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Mich. From there she headed to the day's premier event -- a star-studded get-out-the-vote concert in Philadelphia, where she shared the stage with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi also performed there.
"This election is basically between division and unity in our country," she said in Michigan. "It's between strong and steady leadership or a loose cannon who could put everything at risk.
"It is between an economy that works for everyone, or one that is even more stacked for those at the top."
Clinton traveled to Raleigh N.C., for a midnight rally that's as much about providing voters and news media one last event -- and one last round of fresh Tuesday morning TV coverage in a crucial battleground state.
Notably, Clinton will at no point Monday share a stage with her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, who has a busy last-day schedule of his own. Kaine will also hit events in Wilmington and Charlotte, N.C., before heading to his home state of Virginia for two final rallies.
Obama rallied for Clinton in Michigan, as well, Tuesday.
"He can't hear your boos but he'll hear your votes tomorrow," the president told a crowd in Ann Arbor. "When I tell you that Donald Trump is not the guy who's going to look out for you, you need to listen.
"Do not be bamboozled."
As for Trump, his campaign was set to hit five states on Monday -- beginning in Sarasota, Fla., before heading to Raleigh, N.C. He also was scheduled to appear at events at Lackawanna College in Scranton, Pa., in the mid-afternoon; at Southern New Hampshire University at 8 p.m. and a late-night affair in Grand Rapids, Mich.
At his stop in Raleigh, Trump expressed disappointment that the FBI came out and cleared Clinton in its email re-review.
"The FBI, the director, was obviously under tremendous pressure," he said, claiming that Clinton still committed some crime and disregarding Director James Comey's announcement Sunday that no wrongdoing was uncovered in the new emails the bureau looked at.
"The language was so bad. And as they were singing -- singing, right? Singing? Talking? Was it talking or singing? I don't know," he said. "But the language was so bad that many of the people left, right? By the time Hillary got up there was nobody there."
Trump was joined by running mate Gov. Mike Pence for the final two events in New Hampshire and Michigan. Pence had three solo events, in Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Michigan earlier Monday.
Both candidates will travel to New York -- Trump to Manhattan and Clinton to her home in Chappaqua in Westchester County -- before voting Tuesday. Both have election night parties scheduled in the city.
Though often worlds apart during the campaign, Clinton and Trump will arrive at their electoral fate separated by only about 20 blocks. Trump's party will be at the Midtown Hilton, while Clinton's will be at the Javits Center on Manhattan's west side.