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you. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning to you. thanks for joining us i'm chris mckinnon. >>and i'm kate merrill. it is wednesday november 9th. we have the latest on the election. but first we want to check out the forecast. danielle, not quite as nice as yesterday. >>there will be some showers around but not quite as cold yesterday. temperature 49 in we have some 30s in the map. yesterday we had 20s. a bit of a chilly start. there may be a touch of some sunshine early this morning and then the clouds will win out along with some showers. but as they come in they tend to fall apart a basement i can't rule out a shower or two, but i think -- they tend to fall apart a bit. i can't rule out a shower or
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this afternoon. a stray shower with winds out of the northwest as we head into the ride home. we'll take you through the end of the week. let's get you on the roads. high, danielle. great time on the split this morning. route 3 and 24 are wide open as well. the pike is wide open, about 30 flints 495 to the tunnel, chris. >> breaking news news right now. >>for those who have not supported me. i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and help so we can work together and unify our great country. >>donald trump is president-elect of the united states this morning. trump vowing to be a president for all americans as he addressed supporters just before 3:00 this morning. it was a late night and a very tight race, but in
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>>clinton called trump to concede the race. liam martin is live this morning with the late yeast kate and chris, good morning thank you -- with the latest. >> reporter: kate and chris, good morning to you. donald trump, who has never held elected office, will now become the 45th president of the united states. >>the president-elect of the united states of america, donald trump. >> reporter: the crowd roared as into his campaign's election night headquarters. >>i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans. >> reporter: trump pulled off wins in key battleground states tuesday including florida, ohio, and north carolina. the trump campaign says hillary clinton called to concede. >>she congratulated us. it's about us, on our victory, and i congratulated her and her
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campaign. >> reporter: stunned hillary clinton supporters wiped away tears after democrat's multiple paths to victory disappeared one by one, clinton failing to carry many of the battleground states president obama won in 2012. trump's populace message resonated with working-class americans who saw him as a washington outsider. >>i'm hoping for change. >> reporter: ballots are still is already looking forward to taking the oath of office, and he will do that january 20th. donald trump will be sworn in as president. he will take office with republicans now controlling the house and the senate, and he will be able to replace justice scalia for a 4-5 majority on the supreme court. it is a republican sweep.
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morning. the election results rattling the stock markets across the world. u.s. stock futures are way down. at one point they were down more than 700 points, and the dollar has plunged against other currency. jill wagner is live. we'll have a report from her in about 30 minutes. breaking overnight protests after the election results in california. about 50 protesters gathered outside twitter's headquarters where the go gathered to watch the returns. we're hearing of protests in oakland as well. journal lifts report people are making a human chain to contain the protesters. boston police on alert prepared for any possible unrest in our area. this morning anna meiler is live with a look at what officials are doing. >> reporter: chris, commissioner evans says he does not expect
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he says election day went smoothly even though there were long lines at the polls yesterday with people waiting hours to cast ballots, no pushing, shoving, no yelling. this has been a contentious race. hillary clinton won the state of massachusetts, but donald trump will be america's 45th president. he says his department is prepared for any protests that may follow these number of officers that are going to hang in tonight until the election is decided. we're ready and we don't anticipate anything, but better to be ready than not. >> reporter: trump striking a calm, even tone in his speech early this morning calling for unity, peace, and healing following this divisive election.
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americans -- for all americans, and this is so important to me. i'm reaching to you for your guidance and help so we can work together and unify our great country. >> reporter: again, boston police not expecting any incidents, but they have extra officers on standby just in case. live, in ambush-style -- reporting live, in ambush-style a ambush-style a miler. in new hampshire, senate race still too close to call morning. kelly ayotte has a very small lead, both with 48% with 39% of precincts reporting. ayotte is up by about 1500 votes. nicole has a closer look
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counted. as you mentioned roughly 39% of precincts are reporting right now, many considering maggie hassan and kelly ayotte in a tie. kelly ayotte is trying to hold onto her seat, but it has not been an easy run for her. she hit a wall of criticism when it came to her voting record in washington leaving her headquarters feeling confident this morning. >>we're verybe know tonight, we believe, what the outcome is. and i believe strongly in the fact that we want to have every vote in in this race before we come out and really talk to you about a victory here. >> reporter: two-term governor hassan is trying to upset ayotte, but ayotte's incumbent
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and an uphill battle for her. >>there are still votes to count in a lot of small towns, and we're confident we're going to maintain our lead when every vote is in [ cheers ] >> reporter: certainly we continue to follow the race closely. all the votes have not been counted. i can tell you republicans do have control of the senate and the house in washington. that's the latest wbz this morning. >>in new hampshire chris sununu has been elected governor there. at the age of 42 he becomes the country's youngest governor. sununu had served three terms on the state's executive council. he succeeds maggie hassan. we want to give you the results of four ballot questions.
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question 1. question 2 wasn't close either. voters saying no to the expansion of chatter schools. 26% voting against, just 38% in favor. those opposed to charter schools telling us they're happy with the outcome. >>it's a great victory for the students. it's a victory for education. it's a victory for the possibility of turning schools around rather than abandoning them. >>question 3 has passed. it will make it illegal calves. they must have room to lie down, stand up, extend their limbs and turn around. that passed 78% to 22%. and marijuana getting the nod from voters. 54% said yes to recreational marijuana. 46% said no. voters went against top lawmakers who wanted to keep substance banned. >>i'm troubled by it because there's no test for impairment
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there's too many people getting killed now on our highways with the alcohol. >>we're going to have a major problem with citing these and the legislature is going to have to act on some of the rules and we're going to have to act in the city council. >>the initiative put limitations where the dispensaries can be located, the number of dispense tease that can be in a town, 20% of that town's mb getting on board shows this is a trend and the majority of people think it's reasonable and acceptable. >>recreational marijuana isn't legal yet. residents will have to wait until december 15th and pot shops will not open until 2018. 5:10 now coming up more on the election. plus one person shot and killed, details coming in
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down. and we're tracking a couple of showers today, a little rainfall, but you may want to have an umbrella on standby, including for the kids at the bus stop. temperatures in the upper 30s, coming to the 50s today with a lot of clouds and a few late-day showers. barry had a great visit with the lincoln hancock community school in quincy. he said they were an excellent group enthusiasm and bright students and they've seen great results from their school garden. they planted garlic last week. sounds good. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays.
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wbz. the 2016 presidential election has been decided. donald trump will be the president. >>trump won several key states including pennsylvania, ohio, florida. in an early-morning speech trump said clinton called him to congratulate him on the win. clinton's campaign share addressed crowd at her headquarters promising they would hear more from her later today. it's about 5:15. time to get a check of our forecast.
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showered aren't going to be widespread, nothing substantial in terms of wet weather today, and not as cold a start this morning. a few showers today but nothing significant. we need it with the drought, but it doesn't look like over the text 7 to 10 days we'll have substantial rainfall. breezy and cooler tomorrow. it's going to be windy on veterans' day. the wind may gust up to 40 miles per hour. it stays blustery for the start of the weekend. saturday and then a rebound, less wind sunday. 49 in boston, 34 in nashua, 34 in norwood as well, low 40s in marsh wood. and back down to 37 in the vineyard. 47 in chatham right now. the clouds will be on the increase thickening over the next several hours, spotty areas of light rain from vermont back
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notice it's kind of a thin area of rain, so as this comes into southern new england. it will encounter some dry air and i think it will tend to evaporate and fall apart as it comes towards us. a lot of the day is going to be dry, just an isolated shower through early afternoon. south of the pike is the greatest risk toward evening. most of it's focused along the south coast. we're clearing north and west of boston. maybe a 10th of an inch when you get south of boston. highs today around 60 degrees, but still above average for this time of year. the wind will shift around out of the northwest and drag in cooler air and the wind will be strong tonight about 10 to 20 miles per hour with partly cloudy skies, 38 in downtown boston and highs tomorrow will be cooler, and it
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the wind will shift around out of the southwest, highs in the low to mid 50s for most of us. veterans' day, temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. late in the day we'll be in the 40s on saturday for highs. the weekend will be dry. sunday nice rebound, beautiful fall day with temperatures in the mid 50s. we'll be in the 40s kick-off and right around 60 for the start of next week. a quite ride into the city. you probably stayed up late watching the election. the north shore is wide open, 128 looks great and so does route 3. 30 minutes from ma how that enup to the -- methune. police investigating a murder.
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he was pronounced dead at the scene. no information has been released on a suspect or motive, but anyone with information should call boston police. a salem police officer who is married to the police chief is charged with rape. brian butler was arrested just after 5:00 last night. no details on the allegations, but police say he is being charged with one count of rape. he is on paid administrative leave this morning and is being held on an escaped inmaintain in lawrence. -- inmate in lawrence. officials say he walked away yesterday from a minimum security facility that helps low-level offenders become productive members of society. he is wanted on drug-possession charges. call police if you see him. half of the members of a sorority have quit in
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40 to 45 women dropped out coming after the former president says she was told by the national organization she should not expend a bid to a trans gender recruit. a report about the cross country team that rated the appearance of women on their team will be investigated by the call. the university's athletic director says he's asking the school's lawyers to look into the document. harvard recently cancelled the men's soccer created a document with sexually explicit comments about the women's soccer team. worcester poly technic institute has a -- settled a lawsuit with a woman saying it was a fair resolution.
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. donald trump elected the 45th president of the united states. the election results rattling stock markets around the world. u.s. stock futures are way down. this morning they were down more than 700 points at a time, and the dollar has plunged against other currencies. we'll have a live report in 20 minutes. the nine lawmakers from massachusetts in the how do you spell are four ran uncontested. the other five won. chris sununu has been elected governor. at the age of 42 he becomes the country's youngest governor. in other news this morning, a state trooper found not guilty of vehicular manslaughter. earlier this week john basler broke down on the stand while talking about the september 2013 crash killing two people.
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legal limit but crash investigators found the victim's car crossed the centerline and hit the trooper. the jury convicted him of drunk driving, reckless operation and a gun violation. the coast guard is searching for three missing men. they did not return from a fishing trip yesterday and their truck and trailer are still marked at the marina. the coast guard are using air and boat patrols in the search. at the same time there's still no sign of into the water by a large wave when they were fishing yesterday in gloucester. the other man was able to swim to shore and call for help. the f. is investigating a airplane crash. is 55-year-old man was taking off when the plane crashed.
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life, so we put on the cold-water rescue suit and i just went in and started swimming towards the airplane to see if there was something we could do. >>we loaded him up into the canoe, made him as comfortable as possible and got him back to the shore. >>he is recovering this morning and is expected to survive. why the plane crashed is still under investigation. on health watch this morning new guidelines have been leased -- released for the care of pregnant women the world health air coursing is recommending women get healthcare at least 8 times during pregnancy, double the recent recommendations. threes 300 pregnant women die while either pregnant or during child bitter. also people looked at more
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memory. postmenopausal women will he did not do as well as men before menopause. >>what did i say i was going to do after breakfast? >>i have no idea. still to come donald trump elected the next president of the united states. >>john kell ser here live with reaction and what's next for our country. temperatures climbing into the 50s and lower 60s today. we don't see as much sunshine as yesterday. the clouds will win out and there will be spotty widespread. upper 50s through early afternoon in boston. we'll time out the threat for showers today and take you through the weekend when we come out. a live look out over the city of boston and brianna will be back with a
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movement. breaking right now at 5:30 donald trump elected the next president of the united states. hillary clinton calling him to concede this morning. we have a closer look at the results. the senate great too close to call, what both candidates are saying. and massachusetts voted yes on marijuana. reaction from both sides. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news thanks for joining us. i'm kate merrill. >>and i'm chris mckinnon. it is wednesday. >>wednesday. >>i was like wait a second. a lot of election news but first we want to check on our forecast. >>temperatures in the 30s and 40s out the door, 49 in boston, 43 in -- 34 in norwood
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coming out of showers in southern vermont, but a lot of them will lose a little bit of energy. between now and mid morning, cloudy skies, temperatures rising through the 50s. a few spotty showers outside of 128 and the showers will be scattered through the late afternoon and evening. by 6:30 your commute will be damp south of town, already drying out north and west, so temperatures cooling into the upper 40s, some showers wi 10:00. let's get you on the roads. we have an intent in denham involving two cars and a deer. it's mating season so watch out. they're running through the roads. checking back in on the expressway we have light traffic building by columbia road. usually we start to see things pick up but so far so good. kate.
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donald trump has won. >>for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and union tie our great country [ cheering ] >>if you're waking up with us donald trump is the president-elect of the united states this morning. in an early-morning speech he vowed to be president for all am kind of in shock with this. john keller is joining us here live in the studio. >>john, what happened in this election? >>boy, excellent question. and we're all going to have to sort through the exit polling and the data if data really matters much anymore to answer that more concretely, but kate and chris, i would remind you that 8 years ago a relatively unknown,
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candidate named barrack obama was named president of the united states over a variety of issues, so in that sense, not to compare the two men directly, it's not necessarily that big of a surprise that this kind of thing could happen. let's face it. each of the two no, ma'am needs, trump and clinton, tried to make this a referendum on the othe of doing so. and hillary clinton's negative ratings were right up there with his at the end. he demonized her more effective than she demonized him and that's what happened in the short term. now we all have to look and i think look at least with some modest hope at the tone of the president-elect's remarks last night. they were sober. we were an attempt to reach out. that was the right
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character for him going forward, if he can continue to find that suite snot a divided country. >>what happens next? i mean congressional control in the republican's hands as well. what is next, do you think? >>well, again, it's going to be a test of character. keep in mind when we talk about our divided country, the republican party was dramatically divided here, and so just saying, well, the republicans now control republican in the white house, the door is wide open for all sorts of mischief, not necessarily. don't forget all of the members of the house and one third of the senate are up for election in two years. mid-year elections are historically not kind and they're particularly unkind when the president is not doing well. so there's a lot invested in this new president getting off
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reasonably and fairly and governing in a popular way. the question is can he do it. i mean, let's not sugarcoat it. there are a lot of people who think we've just elected the single most unfit person in the history of our country to be president. but he deserves a chance. i think that's what you're going to hear hillary clinton say later this morning, and so he'll get a chance, how much, how long, that's 'nother story. we're not a culture right now with a big attention span and a lot of patience. >>our success depends on his success, whatever you voted for, whatever you think, at this point you have to want him to concede s otherwise, we all fail. >>that makes perfect sense. for us sitting here, i think for some in washington. don't forget a lot of democrats are
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saw as an immediate effort to delegitimize president obama presidency. it wouldn't surprise me at all to see the culture in washington, certainly the democrats and maybe some republicans struggle with the notion of giving the new president a chance, but we have to go forward as one country. we certainly can't go on indefinitely the way we've been going. >>john keller, thanks for whatever you did last night. >>i'm not sure what i did. a kind of fitful half sleep. obviously, the results of the election are having an impact all over the world. this morning russian's -- russia's president sent a telegram of congratulations to donald trump. but global stock markets are plunging this morning. in the
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summer's brexit vote should have been an indication. >>i saw it as warning. >>although president-elect trump has promised to scrap the iran agreement. still ahead this morning, donald trump winning the presidential election. >>the results shocking wall street. a closer look at the impact it's having on the markets. plus keeping extra officers on the clock in case of any unrest following the contentious election. hear from commissioner evans coming up that's just what happens when cats call the shots. new friskies tender and crunchy combo. tasty textures cats gotta have.
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it is 5:40 breaking news this morning. donald trump is the president-elect of the united states. >>that news is rattling global financial markets and the u.s. market. jill wagner joins us live from the new york stock change with money watch. the financial fall-out from the election could be big, jill. >>good morning, chris and kate. donald trump's surprise win and the uncertainty that a trump presidency is shocking financial markets. they priced in a hillary clinton victory. so far tonight there's ban global market sell-off. asian and european markets were tumbling. at one point dow futures were pointing to an 800 point drop at the open. they've pared losses by more than half after hillary clinton conceded. markets don't like uncertainty. there are a lot of questions
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wants to revamp the tax code and the immigration policy. he's been critical of the federal reserve. there is certain the u.s. could withdraw from major trade agreements. there are fears that a trump presidency would mean less trading with mexico. a major drop, about 300 points, they have recovered a great deal, chris and kate. >>since you're down there live, what's the od right now. we want to know what you think, if this is unprecedented, how are people feeling? >> reporter: it's reminiscent of the brexit vote. at the end of union if you remember voters in the uk shocked the financial markets as well and voted to leave the eu. there was massive sell-offs right away and eventually not -- it didn't take long, two days, there was a quick rebound. the question is
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a rebound in the short term or -- short term. and everyone's waiting to see what hillary clinton says and the tone that donald trump takes and if he's going to continue to try and unify everybody, chris and kate. >>jill wagner live at the new york stock change for us this morning. 5:42 right now on your wednesday morning. donald trump elected the next president. >>the results sparking concerns about unrest in boston. what officials are doing to keep the peace. and morning the senate rate in new hampshire is still too close to call. we'll break it down
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. donald trump makes his first speech as president-elect ?[music]? >>and the se the theme to the 1997 movie air force won. trump used it at rallies. according to a july story the film's producer said he didn't have exemption asked him to stop. >>when i heard it i thought -- he didn't have permission and asked him to stop. >>when i heard it i thought it was star wars. danielle we are looking at a change in the weather this morning.
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warmer than we were yesterday. not a wash-out by any means today, in fact some will end up with little if any rainfall. we were in the 20s yesterday. it's 37 in manchester, 33 in concord, middle 30s from bedford to norwood. and upper 30s from hianis to fal muth. clouds will be on the increase today. filtered sunshine with peaks here or there but the clouds will win out. showers generally light from southern vermont down through pennsylvania. this is a front slowly pressing eastward but it's going to lose some steam. what it means is just a chance of a shower through the afternoon, so your commute's dry, no problems. 1:00 p.m., a couple of showers from manchester along route 2, a spotty shower early afternoon
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showers particularly south of town until 9:00, 10:00, over the cape. high temperatures not as warm as yesterday, but most of us go to 55 to 60 above normal for this time of year. lower 60s we'll still be able to manage from plymouth to taunt en and around 60 on the cape. partly cloudy tonight, cooler than this morning, 38 downtown, around 38 degrees. there are be a few clouds, breezy and -- there will be a few clouds, breezy and school. veterans' day it looks quiet but windy, up to 40 miles per hour. it's kind of a blustery end to the week with normal temperatures, highs in the mid 50s, saturday chilly with 40s for highs, we make a rebound on sunday, a nice fall day. we should be in the
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we have some heavy traffic on the split on 128. there's also a two-car crash on 128 in deadham that involves a deer. that's after exit 15 and route 1. it isn't causing any backup yet. it is slow through 93 in andover and you can see it's building quickly on the tobin bridge. brianna, thank you very much. breaking news this morning, donald p of the united states. it was a late night and a very tight race but trump won the majority of battleground states. >>hillary clinton did call trump to concede the race early this morning. liam matter sin live with the latest on the race and the results. good morning. >> reporter: kate and chris, good morning to you. donald trump took the stage here in new york at just before 3:00 this morning. he was at the hilton midtown, and when he took
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said was, sorry to keep you waiting. what he was waiting for were the results to finish coming in in this race. he won by thin margins in pennsylvania and wisconsin, two states that were part of hillary clinton's electoral firewall and once those were declared for trump clinton called trump to concede the race. he then took the stage and told the crowd he wants to bring the country back together. >>noit bind the wounds of division. we have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> reporter: now, hillary clinton did not speak last night. her campaign manager, john podesta did take the stage
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told supporters thank you very much for your support, we want to wait until all the votes are tallied before hillary clinton will speak publicly, and, by the way, with just over a 500,000 vote lead in the popular vote it is possible we're going to see another scenario like 2000 where clinton wins the popular vote but loses the electoral college as the results in california continue to come in, we might see that scenario. we'll have to wait to see what the final take a looky is. live in ne this morning. breaking overnight the election results sparking protests. about 50 protesters gathered outside twitter's headquarters in san francisco last night where the gop gathered to watch returns. we're hearing of protests in oakland. journal lifts reporting police are making a human chain trying to contain
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>> reporter: good morning, kate. boston police aren't expecting any problems but they are preparing for anything. commissioner evans says the election day went smoothly. there were long lines at the polls with voters waiting for hours, but everyone was polite and respectful, no pushing, shoving, yelling. this has been a contentious race finally comes to a close. the department is prepared for any incidents that >>we got a substantial number of officers that are hanging in there tonight until the election is decided, should there be any incident. but we're ready and we don't anticipate anything, but better to be ready than not. >> reporter: in donald trump's early-morning speech he struck a different tone from his campaign calmly calling for peace and unity across america. live in
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morning. in washington eyeing the new hampshire senate rate. >>it is still too close to call, ayotte with a small lead. both with 48% with 98% of the precincts reporting. live in manchester with a closer look is nicole. >> reporter: chris, even at this hour, the race is still too close to call, but both candidates went home early republican kelly ayotte is trying to keep her senate seat while maggie hassan is trying to give new hampshire democratic representation in washington. both women have been governor of new hampshire and both have had relatively strong popularity. at this point roughly 93% of precincts are reporting and there are still more votes to count. >>there are still votes to count in a lot of small towns, and
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maintain our lead when every vote is in. >>we're very upbeat about where the race is, but we will not know tonight, we believe, what the outcome is, and i believe strongly in the fact that we want to have every vote in in this race before we come out and really talk to you. >> reporter: at this point kelly ayotte has hassan of about 1500 votes. again, 7 precincts have yet to report. we're live in manchester, new hampshire, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. still to come, some americans not pleased with the election results. >>the threats they're making now and why it looks like they
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studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kate merrill. >>and i'm chris mckinnon. donald trump elected the next president of the united states. >>i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans. >>more from trump's victory speech this morning and hillary clinton's response. we're live in new york city with the latest. >>the new neither side conceding. we're live in manchester with what both candidates are saying. marijuana voted yes. we have reaction. >>we have a lot of results to get to you but first we want to look at our forecast. chris, kate, temperatures not as cold as yesterday. most of us in the 30s and 40s right now, 50 in worcester. chilly but not the 20s we had

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