The vice presidential candidate will be in the Triangle this weekend and tickets are being handed out for her appearance Thursday morning.
People began lining up Wednesday night.
Although Saturday's visit will be her first one in the Triangle, it will be her fourth trip to North Carolina. She was in Asheville Sunday.
"We'll get tax breaks to every American and every business because you are the back bone of the nation's economy," she told the crowd.
The Governor was in Indiana Wednesday evening and planes to visit Missouri and Pennsylvania Thursday.
She's been very busy on the campaign trail but recently told ABC News even if she doesn't make it to the White House, she won't be fading from the political scene anytime soon.
Saturday's rally is at the state fairgrounds. Doors open at 4 p.m. and supporters must be there by 6 p.m.