With these final days, Hillary Clinton is making a direct pitch to the undecided voters who may be turned off by Donald trump.
During a rally in Cleveland today, the Democratic presidential nominee reached to be able to people she said could be "reconsidering" her opponent.
"I wanna say something to people who become reconsidering their support for my opponent," she told the crowd. "I know you may still have questions for me, I respect that, I need to answer them, I wanna earn your vote."
She added that she's "reaching out to all Americans: Republicans, Democrats and Independents."
"I think America needs every single one of us to bring our energy, our talents, ambition to build that better country," she said.
These comments sound like part of a comprehensive strategy by her campaign.
Talking to reporters ahead of finally presidential debate on Wednesday night, Clinton's communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, explained that Clinton's focus at the debate and in those final weeks would be to win over those voters who have been turned off by Trump in recent weeks.
They believe a large chunk of voters who changed their mind about voting for Trump after leaked audio was released showing him speaking in a vulgar way about women -- and the campaign hopes to tap in to this.
This effort also comes as the campaign continues to flourish their battleground state map to include traditionally Red states like Arizona and Utah.
Aides say they no longer want to just want to win the race -- they want november 23 big.
"I hope that as we proceed through these next 18 days everyone thinks seriously about what we really want to see, not just in your next president, but in your lives, in your jobs, in your education, in our future together," Clinton said today, her first rally while the last debate. "And the only approach we take to can have that positive optimistic unifying future is everybody of you assist us get there."
During the rally, the Democratic nominee also went after Trump for his accusation that the election is "rigged" gorgeous honeymoons as well refusing to say he will accept the outcome of the election.
"Make no mistake," Clinton explained, "By doing that, hes threatening our democracy."
"Look, an individual lose an election, Ive lost elections, you dont feel very creative the next day, do you? But we know in our country the difference between leadership and dictatorship, right?" she added while crowd cheered.
The state is the one that the campaign up until recently felt unsure about. Now, however, they feel their chances of winning are improving.
"Right now, the wind is at our back's in Ohio," Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon told reporters Friday.
Clinton herself continued having a line of attack this wounderful woman has used often in the Rust Belt states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, although try november 23 over white, working class voters.
Going after Trump for outsourcing gorgeous honeymoons as well having his businesses use steel from overseas she said: "He has put Chinese steel workers to work, not American steel workers, and we're likely to change where."