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"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. Good afternoon. I'm Michael Wallis. Three things to know at one forty five one notorious mob boss James Whitey Bulger has been killed in a prison in West Virginia. The Boston Globe says the suspect is an inmate with mafia ties to legal scholars doubt. President Trump can end birthright citizenship with an executive order. They say it would be unconstitutional and three Pittsburgh's mayor and Pennsylvania's governor both say they will not join President Trump today when he visits to pay respects to the victims of the synagogue massacre. We are a week away from the midterms and the latest poll shows a Republican incumbent from the Hudson valley and some trouble congressman John fast trailing his democratic challenger Antonio Delgado forty nine to forty four percent. The polling director at Monmouth university says GOP ads focused on Delgado's passed as a hip hop. Artist? Have not changed the overall trajectory of the race. In fact, Delgado a Rhodes scholar and Harvard law graduate has picked up two points in the last month. Florida always seems to be a key state on election day. It'll be no different this year. CBS news. Correspondent Nancy Cortes in Miami. Watching the developments in that stage race for governor taking a page from the president Republican Ron to Santa hammered his opponent on immigration in these closing weeks. We don't want open borders and Florida Democrat Andrew gillum has focused on healthcare. We deserve to expand Medicaid and offer access to healthcare return. Senator Bill Nelson is hoping a strong showing from Gillam at the top of the ticket will help him fend off a challenge. From governor. Rick Scott, Rick Scott for eight years has refused to expand Medicaid, Medicaid was a rare topic of agreement among the four Florida voters. We met in Miami talk about taking care of our citizens and one of the most important ways can do that is to ensure the health of our citizens, but they were divided over immigration and that caravan of Honduran migrants heading north. Many of Florida's voters have already made their decision. New numbers released today show more than three million Florida voters have already cast their ballots in early voting new poll shows the race for governor of Connecticut is a tight one. The Quinnipiac poll shows democrat Ned Lamont with a forty seven to forty three percent lead among likely voters over over the Republican Bob Stefanski only four percent say they remain undecided. Thirteen percent of those who named the candidates say they could change their mind by next week. Earlier this month Lamont's lead was eight points. One forty eight WCBS. Traffic."