RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The presidential election in North Carolina gets a new focus as both Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump send their top lieutenants to the state next week.
Vice presidential candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence each are expected to spread their message in the Tar Heel State.
Clinton’s campaign said Saturday that Virginia senator Kaine will visit Greensboro on Wednesday, but other details weren’t released.
Trump’s running mate Pence will be in Raleigh Thursday morning. The Indiana governor joined Trump at a Winston-Salem rally last week.