We've reached the 100-day countdown in the unpredictable 2016 presidential election. The two major tickets are set and as of the past two weeks, GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton have officially accepted their parties' nominations.Clinton told supporters Friday in Philadelphia how she and Bill first realized it was nearing crunch time.
"Bill and I started drinking our coffee, looked at each other and realized as of tomorrow, we have 100 days to make our case to America," she said. "What better place than right here in Philadelphia where it started 240 years ago."
As for Trump, he is taking his campaign to Ohio, Nevada and Pennsylvania next week, telling voters that the revolutionary movement they've created will mean nothing if he doesn't win the White House.
In nearly 60 days, Trump and Clinton will meet on stage for the first time at their first presidential debate.
Popcorn TV? You better believe it.
If you're following the other countdown clock, President Obama leaves the White House in 173 days.