DURHAM (WTVD) --Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a last-minute campaign stop in Raleigh Tuesday as North Carolina voters headed to the polls on Primary Day.
Clinton worked a crowd of supporters, shaking hands and taking photos.
"I hope everyone in North Carolina votes before the polls close," she said.
Polls show Clinton leading her opponent Bernie Sanders in North Carolina - who has also made multiple stops in the Tar Heel state in recent days.
"I want Democrats to look at who they think will be the strongest Democratic nominee," said Clinton Tuesday.
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"I'm going to keep doing what I'm doing - trying to build a broad coalition of voters," said Clinton.
Clinton was asked about the Republican side of the presidential contest and the controversy swirling around the Trump campaign.
Clinton said that in the primaries she's gotten more votes than Trump has and said she's concerned about the "bluster" and "bigotry" coming from Trump.
"I think it's disturbing to the majority of voters," said Clinton.
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