"It's time to look at which candidate will work best for the middle class and working families."
"I'm very hopeful this will go the right way," he said.
"You're the underdog until they call you the winner."
She called Holt a "respected, brilliant newsman."
"He really shows up and swings and does a great job," Conway said.
The Indiana governor defended his running mate's comments on the controversial policy.
"I'm very concerned that Donald Trump will be graded on a curve," Robby Mook said.
"We do not expect her to be a guest of the Trump campaign," Kellyanne Conway said.
Priebus said Trump has become more mature and measured.
Clinton leads by 2 points among likely voters, while they are tied among registered voters.
"This is probably one of the biggest movements ... across this country in modern history."
"We must not be divided," Rep. John Lewis said.
"There is a huge shift in momentum," Flynn said.
"When you poke him a little bit, he comes back and attacks whoever's doing it," Podesta said.
Clinton leads Trump by 8 points in Virginia, down from 12 points last month.
"The future of the human race ... is space exploration," the Libertarian nominee said.
"Donald Trump can’t lie on that debate stage and win, or even get a passing grade."
"It's legitimate to have a businessperson sitting there who's been advocating for you."
"She will not be attending the debate tomorrow night," Pence said.
Tom Ridge said better intelligence sharing with local law enforcement can help prevent lone-wolf...
"If you had to say someone’s ahead, it would be Secretary Clinton," Doug Schoen said.
"I can't believe so many in the media were upset" they had to cover these "incredible veterans."
"We disclose our donors. ... The foundation discloses the donors," Kaine said.
"Mr. Trump has a right to defend himself."