This has been an extreme and often disgusting political camp pain. Now the home stretch is finally here for US registered voters as we approach 50 days, which could become filthy before we cast our and follow our consciences.
After more than a year of an unusually toxic and dangerous period, could it all come down to a survival between white only, or in living color? Much can happen in the final fifty days.
In the last 50, since July 31, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton won and then lost her convention bounce in the polls, she has been diagnosed with pneumonia only to have her opponents question her ability to do the job, and made needed changes to the Clinton Foundation.
Donald Trump has overhauled his campaign staff several times, finally spoken to an African-American audience and acknowledged that Obama was born in the United States.
Currently, Clinton, at 41%, holds a narrow edge over Trump, at 40.3%, based on averaged national polls.
Let's see what the two main candidates do when they face off for the first time in a national debate on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.