Former president Bill Clinton will be in Raleigh on Monday morning as part of a three-city North Carolina tour to promote the presidential campaign of his wife, Hillary, and to urge North Carolinians to vote early.
Clinton will be at Market Hall at 215 Wolfe Street in Raleigh, just south of Moore Square downtown, at 10:15 a.m. Doors open at 9:15 a.m. People interested in attending can sign up and find more information at nando.com/clintonvisit.
The website publicizing the event says that “President Clinton will lay out what's at stake during this election and why Hillary is the only candidate who can break down barriers that hold North Carolinians back, deliver results, and protect the progress that we've made under President Obama.”
He will make stops in Greensboro and Charlotte later in the day.
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As part of the early voting campaign, Bill Clinton also recorded a robo-call that went out to voters across North Carolina last week.
One-stop early voting continues through March 12; the primary date is March 15. To find an early voting location, go to nando.com/early.