Opinion: The end game in is sight as US Presidential hopefuls increase their carbon footprints, and some, by criss crossing the United States in order to shore up support.
With some swing states still in the equation the jury remains out.
Early voting though has led to predictions that Hillary will be victorious but over in the UK we are cynical about such predictions.
Fair enough we do not have such early voting but we do and did have plenty of people voting by post in GE 2015.
In 2015 polls predicted a tight race in the UK General Election with a possible coalition on the cards but ultimately the Tories romped home.
Romped may be a strong word but they won by enough votes to allow them to form a government and push through their dreadful manifesto, or at least the bits of that manifesto that suited them.
Poll predictions can sway voters or even deter them from taking part but people must vote and not take anything for granted. Voting Matters.
Tomorrow is the final voting day and Mrs Clinton and Mr Trump have celebration or commiseration rallies in the pipeline.
Which will become 45th President of the USA?
If it is President Clinton we have been there before when Hillary's husband Bill Clinton was the 42nd President of the United States.
His presidency was dogged by a sex scandal though many other Presidents have "played away."
This time though it would be a woman President; a first for the USA.
This woman, like Susan Sarandon, does not vote with her "vagina" partly as she will never forgive or forget Margaret Thatcher and her legacy. But hey she is British and this is not her election; this is merely commenting from across the Pond as the result of this election will affect us all.
The power of each POTUS is worldwide.
In time that could change, remember the Fall of the Roman Empire and more, but right now POTUS is all powerful and that is as it is.
I feel sorry for Americans who have been forced to endure a long and brutal election process that in 2016 has become probably the dirtiest in US history.
The people are now forced with an either or choice and not a very good one at that.
There are two other candidates but it appears too late for either of them to make serious inroads.
Clinton or Trump is the choice.
I know which I would choose but as I said it is not my election.
But the world is watching and willing the people of the USA to elect the best candidate.
Good luck America I have a feeling you may need it!