Trump holding rallies in Piedmont, Down East
Posted September 20
HIGH POINT, N.C. — Donald Trump is heading back to North Carolina's voter-rich Piedmont, but he's also making a stop where presidential candidates aren't normally seen — the rural Down East.
The Republican nominee scheduled two rallies in the battleground state Tuesday — first a midday event on the High Point University campus. Late in the afternoon Trump was expected in Kenansville at the Duplin County Events Center, commonly a locale for agricultural shows and festivals.
Trump has been coming to North Carolina nearly every week for public events. North Carolina is considered a must-win for Trump on the path to get enough electoral votes to win Nov. 8.
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton visited Greensboro last week.