In-depth: Voter turnout, Trump looks to win swing states

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigning in West Virginia. (AP photos)
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigning in West Virginia. (AP photos)

(WPRI) — An estimated 50 million votes have already been cast nationwide and a large voter turnout is expected on Election Day.

At least 3 million voters are expected in Massachusetts alone.

During the 2012 presidential election, many Rhode Island residents complained of waiting in long lines.

Donald Trump needs to win all of the swing states as well as one of the blue states to take the election.

If Democrats at least tie the senate and Hillary Clinton becomes president, Jack Reed could become head of the Armed Services committee, the first major appointment.

Republicans are also expected to maintain their hold on the House.

Eyewitness News Political Analyst Joe Fleming was live in studio with more in-depth Campaign 2016 coverage.

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