Sen. Kamala Harris, Vice President Mike Pence and President Trump to campaign in North Carolina just days before Election Day

Sunday, November 1, 2020
President Trump campaigns in Hickory
President Trump campaigns in Hickory on Sunday and plans to return to North Carolina on Monday for a Fayetteville visit.

Vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris traveled to Goldsboro Sunday afternoon for a voter mobilization event then later attended a voter mobilization event in Fayetteville.

The Democrat also discussed the campaign and COVID-19 strategy in an exclusive interview with ABC11.

Vice President Mike Pence visited Hickory on Sunday morning and attended a Sunday worship service at Alliance Bible Fellowship with the Rev. Franklin Graham in Boone.

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Pence spent Saturday morning campaigning in Wilson County.

VP Mike Pence campaigns in Wilson County just days before the election

President Donald Trump also campaigned in Hickory on Sunday afternoon.

The presence of three of the candidates for the top race on the 2020 general election ballot underscored the importance of North Carolina to the outcome of the election.

On Monday morning, President Trump will be back in the state to visit Fayetteville. His previous Fayetteville rally Thursday was rescheduled because of high winds.

President Donald Trump's campaign postponed his Thursday evening rally in Fayetteville.

President Donald Trump's campaign postpones Fayetteville rally due to wind advisory


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