N.C. takes center stage in presidential race
Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden took a bus tour across North Carolina Thursday, and spoke at three college campuses. His Republican counterpart, Gov. Sarah Palin, makes a campaign stop in Asheville on Sunday.Posted — Updated
Palin’s visit marks her third trip to the state this month.
Republican presidential nominee John McCain will hold a rally at Fayetteville's Crown Coliseum on Tuesday. Tickets are available at campaign headquarters in Raleigh and Fayetteville.
The latest Winthrop/ETV Poll survey showed that among likely voters in North Carolina and Virginia, there is a statistical dead heat between Obama and McCain.
About 25 percent of undecided voters in North Carolina said they were leaning towards McCain. Just over 18 percent said they favored Obama.