WLRN Top Stories For 10/27: Haiti's Kids Look For Normalcy, By Getting Back To School By Luis Hernandez • Oct 27, 2016 ShareTweetEmail Morning Headlines Thursday 10.27.16 These are the top stories we're following to at WLRN: Meet The Voice For The Deaf At Campaign Rallies. Rubio and Murphy Debate One Last Time. An Unwanted Guest To Fantasy Fest...Mosquitoes. Meet The Miami Minds Behind A Much Anticipated Movie. Other Stories We're Following. A Fifth Of Florida Voters Are Done. A Former City Leader In South Florida Is Heading To Prison. The Miami Heat Make A Statement. Tags: 2016 ElectionsdebatesportsMiami HeatnewsShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Some Machines Are Flipping Votes, But That Doesn't Mean They're Rigged By Pam Fessler • Oct 26, 2016 Vote flipping. The stories and conspiracy theories have begun. In every recent election, there have been reports of voters pressing one candidate's name on a touch-screen machine, only to have the opponent's name light up instead. It can be unnerving for voters and often leads to allegations that the machines have been "rigged" to favor one candidate over another. Rubio, Murphy Face Off At Final Florida U.S. Senate Debate By Katie Lepri & Kate Stein & Kyle Holsten • Oct 27, 2016 Pedro Portal / Miami Herald Marco Rubio and Patrick Murphy were quick to dig into each other’s resumes on stage at the second U.S. Senate debate on Wednesday night. A recent poll from Real Clear Politics says the race is close. Rubio has a 3.6 percentage point lead over Murphy, 47 to 43.4. But the focus at the debate at Broward County’s main campus two weeks before the Nov. 8 election was personal attacks, not numbers. Some Trump Supporters Opting For A Low Profile By Jim Ash • Oct 26, 2016 Donald Trump is sinking in the polls as Election Day nears, but he says a “silent majority” will propel him to the White House.