This week we are asking:

"Will the latest information from the FBI concerning Clinton's emails change your vote?"

The controversy over Hillary Clinton's decision to use a private server for emails during her time as secretary of state continues in the last week of the campaign. "The FBI obtained a warrant to search emails related to the probe of Hillary Clinton's private server that were discovered on ex-congressman Anthony Weiner's laptop," NBC News reported.

Clinton's treatment of emails would only be illegal if she knowingly shared classified materials, but many argue she violated government policy, and the issue has led to lawsuits seeking public access to her emails.

What do you think? Are the latest revelations enough to change your vote?

See attached chart for results from last week's On The Line Poll concerning question 3 on the state ballot.

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Editor's note: On The Line polls are not scientific samplings of local opinion, but they do offer readers an opportunity to share their views online and in the newspaper.