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Trump urges supporters to vote early during stop in Las Vegas

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Supporters pack the Venetian on Oct. 30, 2016. (Alyssa Deitsch/FOX5) Supporters pack the Venetian on Oct. 30, 2016. (Alyssa Deitsch/FOX5)
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After a week and a half after the third and final presidential debate, Donald Trump returned to Las Vegas to urge thousands of his supporters to get out and vote early.

“The only way to beat the corruption is to show up by the tens of millions, including millions of people who will be voting for the first time in their lives,” Trump said.

More than 8,000 Trump supporters filled the Palazzo Ballroom at the Venetian Sunday to cheer on the republican presidential nominee.

At one point, Trump stopped in the middle of his speech to pull a woman up on stage. The woman was holding a “Latinas for Trump” sign.

“Yes, I’m a Latina for Trump and I’m very proud to vote for Mr. Trump,” Ingrid Mueller, the woman pulled to the stage said.  

Mueller told FOX5 she did not know she would get pulled up on the stage.

“He saw my sign, my homemade ‘Latinas for Trump’ sign and he was like ‘oh!’ so it was very exciting,” Mueller said. “My mother is from Mexico and came here legally and I’m very proud of that and my father is from Germany and came here legally as well.”

During his speech, Trump discussed border security, second amendment rights and the FBI reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton after discovering new emails while investigating Anthony Weiner.

“We never thought we were going to say thank you to Anthony Weiner. If you want to see results get out there and vote,” Trump said. “I don't care what you put on your ballot, but you need to get out there and vote.”

The Trump campaign offered buses to shuttle people to and from polling stations.

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