The Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonBen Affleck: Republicans 'want to dodge the consequences for their actions' through gerrymandering Republican Ohio Senate candidate slams JD Vance over previous Trump comments Budowsky: Why GOP donors flock to Manchin and Sinema MORE campaign feels it has a strong chance to win Michigan and Minnesota on Tuesday, despite Donald TrumpDonald TrumpSenate rejects attempt to block Biden's Saudi arms sale Crenshaw slams House Freedom Caucus members as 'grifters,' 'performance artists' Senate confirms Biden's nominee to lead Customs and Border Protection MORE's recent efforts in those states. 


"With respect to Michigan ... if we hold on to Nevada, that looks strong in the early vote. Michigan, for the most part, votes on Election Day. We think we have this race over," Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta said Sunday on ABC's "This Week." 

"We're going to get our over 270 electoral votes." 

Podesta added that Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, and her surrogates are "going where the votes are."

"We're going to finish strong. We feel good about Michigan and the rest of the states." 

Podesta also criticized the Republican presidential nominee's decision to cancel a rally in Wisconsin in favor of campaigning in Minnesota. 

"We feel good about Minnesota," Podesta said.