RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Donald Trump and Tim Kaine are coming to eastern North Carolina on the same day to address some weighty topics.
The Republican presidential nominee scheduled a Tuesday evening rally in Greenville to discuss his recently unveiled immigration plan. Earlier in the day Kaine — Hillary Clinton’s running mate — planned to deliver what the Clinton campaign called a “major national security address” in Wilmington.
Kaine also has a private campaign fundraiser scheduled Tuesday at a Chapel Hill home.
Clinton’s most well-known surrogate — husband Bill Clinton — will be in the Triangle as well late Tuesday afternoon. The former president was to campaign in Durham about the importance of voter registration and early voting access.
Hillary Clinton will campaign in Charlotte on Thursday.