The biggest day in recent American political history is less than 48 hours away.
On Tuesday, Americans will decide who will succeed Barack Obama as the President of the United States as the battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump comes to an end.
As election days approaches, each party has been putting the final touches on their campaigns and Democratic candidate Clinton has been in Ohio in a bid to claim one of the biggest swing states in the election.
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The 67th Secretary of State was joined on the stage in Cleveland by one of the state's biggest exports to the world; Cavaliers superstar LeBron James and his teammate, fellow Clinton supporter, J.R. Smith.
Having grown up in an inner-city environment in Akron, the four-time Most Valuable Player pleaded with people to make their voices heard on November 8 and head to the polling station.
James threw his support behind Clinton, who is bidding to get back to the White House after she lived there for eight years with husband Bill from 1993-2001, saying she had the best plan for a brighter future for the US.
The First Lady's first appearance with LeBron has been anticipated ever since he publicly endorsed her in October, and they don't come any bigger than what Clinton pulled out on Sunday night.