CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is planning a public campaign stop Thursday in Charlotte.
Clinton already announced a private fundraiser in the city that day, but added what her campaign is calling voter registration event.
The time and place for the rally have not been announced. 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.