President Barack Obama will be in the Raleigh area on Wednesday afternoon to campaign for Democrat Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, according to White House officials.
No additional details about the location or time of the event were available Friday morning.
A day after Obama’s visit, Clinton herself will campaign Thursday somewhere in North Carolina. A news release from the campaign did not specify a city or a time for the event.
The vice-presidential candidates will also be in North Carolina again in the coming days.
Democrat Tim Kaine, a Virginia senator, will campaign Monday in Sanford and Jacksonville.
Republican Mike Pence, governor of Indiana, will headline “The Conservative Rally” Friday night at a Smithfield tobacco warehouse along with Gov. Pat McCrory. Pence will hold a rally in Jacksonville on Saturday.
And former President Bill Clinton will campaign for his wife on Sunday in Greensboro and Charlotte. Vice President Joe Biden will hold a campaign rally in Charlotte on Tuesday.
The Clinton campaign will also seek to energize younger voters with a concert rally in Raleigh on Tuesday featuring R&B singer Ne-Yo.