What Trump and Clinton think matters most to Virginia voters

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HAMPTON ROADS, Va. - As the clock runs down to election day and the candidates stump for your vote, News 3 looked back at what Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had to say about what they thought mattered most to voters here in Virginia, aside from Military and Veterans issues.

In June, Clinton raised the issue of climate change during a visit to Hampton.

"It's a particularly serious threat to this region, and if you look at a map that scientists agree on about what parts of our country are most at risk because of rising sea levels, coastal Virginia is right up there" said Clinton.

While on the campaign trail in Virginia Beach this fall, Donald Trump focused on jobs saying, "Jobs have been sucked out of Virginia from babies and its very sad when you look at it, so many manufacturing jobs, so many companies have left and gone to Mexico. I'm not going to allow that to happen."

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