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Mitt Romney expected to visit North Carolina before election

Mitt Romney is expected to return to North Carolina before Election Day.

His campaign hinted at the news -- later confirmed by Republican officials -- in an email to North Carolina supporters Friday.

The message said up to six volunteers who knock on the most doors (300 minimum) before Tuesday will get to meet Romney and receive VIP seating at his next campaign event in the area.

No word on whether President Barack Obama will return to the state before Nov. 6. His campaign instead has dispatched Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Michelle Obama in recent weeks.


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Good, Myers Park Pat can

Good, Myers Park Pat can stand on the stage with him and they can explain why they don't care for 47% of the population. Makes sense when you are a lobbyist for the american Petroleum Institute.

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