With the presidential election less than a week away, both the Trump and Clinton campaigns are dealing with controversies.

For Democrat Hillary Clinton, the questions involve her use of a private email server, and the investigation by the FBI into some of the message found on computers owned by former New York congressman Anthony Weiner. For Republican Donald Trump, the controversies involve allegations of sexual misconduct with women.

Danielle Leek, a GVSU professor, joins us on WZZM 13 News at 5 p.m. to discuss the state of the election and the candidates' scandals. She also talks about how the nominees can try to reach undecided voters, and the impact of "voter fatigue."

You can watch her video above.