SANFORD, Fla. (AP) - Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump has "no excuse" for not releasing his tax returns and is calling on him to do so before the election. Clinton said she's particularly interested in learning about any dealings Trump has had with Russian interests and whether he contributed to charity.
She told a crowd in Sanford, Florida that most of those in attendance have probably paid more in federal taxes than Trump.
Breaking with decades of tradition, Trump has refused to make his tax returns public, citing an ongoing audit. Tax experts say there is no reason Trump couldn't release his taxes while under audit.
Clinton also slammed Trump's business record, calling him the "poster boy for everything that is wrong with our economy."
Earlier, speaking to voters in Wisconsin, Trump urged early voters who have had second thoughts about their presidential choice to recall their ballots and change their minds.
Trump told supporters that Wisconsin is one of four states in which someone who voted early could potentially change it at a county clerk's office.
Trump said that voters who "are having a bad case of buyer's remorse" should change their ballot "if you think you made a mistake."
He said the four states that allow early ballots to be changed are Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.
In Wisconsin, voters can change their minds up to three times. The deadline for doing so is Thursday. Changing votes is very rarely done, according to the Early Voting Information Center at Reed College.