WASHINGTON (AP) - The campaign managers of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are agreeing on something: The 2016 election will be a fight until the bitter end.
Trump aide Kellyanne Conway tells "Fox News Sunday" that she's counting on swing voters to carry key battleground states, adding that "we're not giving up. We know we can win this."
Meanwhile, Robby Mook suggested the Clinton campaign won't stop at just the needed 270 electoral votes. While 270 is still the goal, he said, Clinton is expanding her map because traditionally red states like Arizona are now in play. He said: "We're not running away with this. This race is going to be competitive up until the end."
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