Donald Trump rallies in Las Vegas, taking supporters straight to the polls

Donald Trump speaks before a packed house Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, at The Venetian. (John Treanor | KSNV)

A final push, a key state, and just nine days before polls close.

Donald Trump stopped in Las Vegas Sunday for a final sales pitch to prospective voters.

"Washington D.C. wants you to think small but I am asking you to dream big again," Trump said to an audience of supporters.

The Republican nominee made his case for a Trump presidency at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

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He opened with, and talked briefly about, his promise to repeal and replace Obamacare, but quickly pivoted to the latest news of emails from the Clinton campaign.

"The FBI is reopening their investigation into the criminal and illegal conduct of Hillary Clinton," Trump told the crowd.

The cheers continued as Trump hit on his favorite points.

The nominee promised to stop Syrian refugees resettling in America and stop companies from moving American jobs to China. It's a promise that had the crowd chanting to build that wall.

"A Trump administration will stop the horrible, horrible, horrible Trans-Pacific Partnership and we are going to stand up to China's currency manipulation," Trump said.

Trump also told the crowd the system is rigged, evidence he believes lies in the FBI investigation of his opponent and evidence by media coverage he believes is biased.

"My contract with the American public begins with a plan to end government corruption," Trump continued.

Trump started the day by going to church, swaying and clapping to the music at the International Church of Las Vegas. He's familiar with the church as he visited a school affiliated with it just last month.

Trump's visit to Las Vegas ended at the Boulevard Mall where black vans took supporters right to the polls, an effort to capitalize on early voting nine days before Election Night.

After his Las Vegas event, Trump headed to rallies in Colorado and New Mexico.

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