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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Hillary Clinton got a star powered boost in the final phase of her Presidential Election campaign as Bernie Sanders and Pharrell Williams joined her at a rally in North Carolina but now her eyes are set back on South Florida.

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With just four days left until Election Day, her strategy, along with Donald Trump’s, has shifted from trying to win over new supporters – to getting the people who already support them to the polls especially in the Sunshine State.

On Saturday, Hillary Clinton will be back in South Florida urging residents to vote early.It’s not known yet where Hillary will be campaigning but she will be urging residents who haven’t yet cast their ballots to do so before the end of in-person early voting on Sunday.  Clinton is also expected to outline her plans to create an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top, and her vision for an America that is stronger together.

Clinton was in Pittsburgh Friday to attend a campaign event at the Great Hall at Heinz Field.

On Thursday, Clinton held a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina where she continued her final pitch to women, Hispanics and African-American voters.

“Do any of us have a place in Trump’s America?” she asked the crowd. Clinton’s enlisting all of the help she can get to urge her supporters to vote including hip-hop artist Pharrell Williams.

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“If you’ve ever been called a minority, go out and vote and show everybody that you’re actually really the majority,” said Pharrell Williams.

Clinton was also joined on stage by her former primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, in an effort to boost voter turnout in a critical battleground state.

Friday night, Beyonce and Jay-Z will join her in Cleveland for a “get out the vote” concert.

The latest Washington Post/ABC News daily tracking poll shows Clinton now has a three point lead over Trump nationally, 47 to 44 percent.


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