First Lady Michelle Obama will make a pre-election visit to Charlotte Monday.
Details of her visit have not been announced. It will be the first ladys fifth visit to North Carolina since August.
Her visit is apparently in lieu of her husbands.
President Obamas final campaign schedule, released Thursday morning, includes stops in the battlegrounds of Wisconsin, Nevada, Colorado, Ohio, Iowa, Virginia, New Hampshire and Florida but not North Carolina.
At Septembers Democratic National Convention, 65,000 people with credentials for the presidents cancelled speech at Bank of America stadium were told that they would get a chance to see him before the election.
It fits the trend of the presidents administration that they would leave the state with one final broken promise, we just didnt think it would be to their own supporters, said Rachel Adams, a spokeswoman for Republican Mitt Romneys campaign.
Obama spokesman Cameron French called Michelle Obamas visit a clear sign that we have not given up on North Carolina.