Trump and Harris campaigned in North Carolina

Harris, Trump campaign in North Carolina as Obama rallies Black voters

Trump and Harris campaigned in North Carolina

According to polls, Biden is ahead of Trump in this state, but the difference between them is less than the statistical error.

WASHINGTON – Republican President Donald Trump re-visited North Carolina, with fellow Democratic Joe Biden’s fellow Senator Kamala Harris earlier that day..

“We will win this state,” Trump predicted at an evening rally in Gastonia.

Later at the event, he said to an audience of thousands: “I’ve been everywhere in your state. So it will be better if I win. “.

North Carolina is one of the top prizes in the election as the winning candidate receives 15 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win the overall presidential election..

Four years ago, Trump received just over 50 percent in this state, beating Hillary Clinton by less than 200 thousand votes..

“We need North Carolina, that’s why I’m here, that’s why he (Trump) was here,” Harris told reporters at the airport in Asheville after a campaign event on a nearby college campus..

“The people of North Carolina will play a very big role in the outcome of this election, so we are here to encourage voting,” she added..

Three polls published in the last week show Biden is 3 percentage points ahead of Trump, which is well within the margin of error..

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