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"I'm Janine Herbst as election day closes in dozens of races across the country are too close to call Democrats and Republicans are warning of dire consequences if their candidates fail NPR's Mara Liasson reports turn out is crucial for both sides turn out in early. Voting has been very heavy thirty-three million early votes. So far, this is more than the total vote in the two thousand fourteen midterms and by Tuesday, turn out could set a mid-term election record in some places surpassing presidential election levels, the president has embraced the election as a referendum on him. And he's warning his core supporters that if Democrats take over a horde of criminal illegal aliens will pour over the border. Democrats are stressing bread and butter issues like healthcare and are offering themselves as a check and balance to the president Mara Liasson NPR news, Washington and both President Trump. And former President Obama hit the campaign trail today rallying their basis ahead of Tuesday's election. Trump attended a pair of rallies in one in Macon, Georgia the other in Chattanooga, Tennessee and Obama campaigned in Gary, Indiana, and Chicago the Utah national guard says our servicemen killed in Afghanistan, Saturday was a popular mayor for member station. K U E R in Salt Lake City. Judy phase says Brent Taylor was praised for his determination to serve Bryn. Taylor was Utah national guard major and mayor of north Ogden. He's the latest victim of an apparent insider attack while training, Afghan defense and security forces. The shooter also wounded another American service member before being killed by Afghan forces, Utah governor Gary Herbert praised Taylor for choosing to serve others. He was the personification of love of God family and country. Taylor had been awarded a bronze star in a purple heart in three previous tours in Iraq and Afghanistan his body. Will return to Dover air force base Monday night. He leaves a wife and seven children ages thirteen to eleven months for NPR news. I'm Judy phase in Salt Lake City. The Trump administration is set to reimpose sanctions against Iran tomorrow and secretary of state Mike Pompeo is defending that decision. They sanctions have."