Clinton to campaign at historically black Charlotte college
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will campaign Thursday at a historically black university in Charlotte.
The campaign said Clinton will speak at noon at a voter registration event at Johnson C. Smith University. Clinton will also hold a private fundraiser in the city that day.
It will be a busy week for politics in North Carolina.
Republican nominee Donald Trump is holding a rally Tuesday evening at the Greenville Convention Center to discuss immigration.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine will deliver a national security address in Wilmington on Tuesday, while former President Bill Clinton is speaking Tuesday in Durham.