With just hours to go until America elects its next president, the Hillary Clinton campaign has reportedly canceled its election night victory fireworks that were originally scheduled to go off over the Hudson River in New York City.
Clinton's victory party is still scheduled to go on under the Javits Center's glass ceiling in Manhattan.
Polls have tightened even more in key battleground states like Florida and even in traditionally blue states like Michigan where white working class voters are looking for some reprieve for what they see as the devastating effects of the North America Free Trade Agreement, signed into law by Clinton's husband, President Bill Clinton, in 1993.
With those developments, the Clinton campaign on Monday reportedly contacted the U.S. Coast Guard to say it would not be hosting a two-minute fireworks show after all, if Clinton wins. The Coast Guard said told TMZ that it was not clear why the campaign canceled the show.
A representative for the Clinton campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheBlaze.