The North Carolina of 2008 may not show up on November 6. That’s why both President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney have been sending the heavy hitters to what could be one of the top battleground states of this election.
So far in the past month, First Lady Michelle Obama and Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan have both been on the move, campaigning for their respective parties in the state.
The typically red state has 15 electoral votes up for grabs and neither party is backing down.
Host Carmen Russell-Sluchansky spoke with student-journalist Chris Thomas, who attended the First Lady’s speech this past week.
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