After the nearly $1 billion worth of TV ads, three presidential debates and all the speeches, John White will use a bullhorn Tuesday to shout a message to voters: “This is your final call!”
Election Day is a day away and the final ground war for Campaign 2012 is making its last push. A look at the campaigns' final operations.
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--The race for North Carolina hurtles toward the finish Monday as First lady Michelle Obama, joined by singer Mariah Carey, will headline an airport rally in Charlotte on Monday afternoon. The visit comes a day after former President Bill Clinton spoke to 4,000 supporters in Raleigh. Clinton photo gallery.
--State legislators last summer ignored research that shows sea-level rise will accelerate its creep up North Carolina’s coastline this century. This week, waves of science will say they were wrong. Some researchers said the 39-inch rise a state science panel expects by year 2100 may be far too low.
--Two years after the tea party helped Republicans win control of the U.S. House, local activists continue to shape state politics and campaigns.
--Two days before America goes to the vote, more than 125 people gathered at Temple Beth-El in Charlotte for a lively, 90-minute discussion of the shifting balance between the country’s spiritual and political sides.
--President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed Sunday over who could deliver change to a gridlocked nation as they crisscrossed the country on the second to last day of campaigning in a race that remains too close to call.