2. New Hampshire is suddenly a battleground. Hillary Clinton has led in the Granite State for months on end, but suddenly, Donald Trump has momentum there, and it has shown in the polls. Trump will be in New Hampshire for a rally on Friday, and make his last stop there on Monday night. Clinton will be in New Hampshire on Sunday, and President Obama will stop through on Monday. It's only four Electoral Votes, but if the race is close, it could be very important. Of any state in the country, New Hampshire probably is where Trump has the best ground game.
3. Clinton plays defense in Michigan. Not one poll. Not one, single poll. Zero. None. Nil. Nada. Zilch. That's how many polls have shown Donald Trump ahead in Michigan since the national party conventions. But Team Clinton must be worried about something, because Hillary Clinton will be there on Friday. Trump did very well in Michigan in the GOP primary, and it's certainly a state that would be fertile ground for his populist arguments on trade. Trump was there for two stops earlier in the week - so far, he has no return scheduled in the final few days.