Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton returns to North Carolina on Thursday for a noon rally at Charlotte’s Johnson C. Smith University.
Later Clinton will attend a fundraiser at the Myers Park home of businessman Robert Stolz and his wife Anne.
Clinton’s visit will come a day after she and Republican rival Donald Trump discussed defense and national security issues in NBC’s “Commander-in-Chief Forum.”
The Clinton campaign said she’ll continue discussing the subject in Charlotte, as well as “how Donald Trump doesn't have the temperament to serve as commander in chief.”
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Trump promoted his economic agenda during a Tuesday night rally in Greenville.
The latest polls suggest a tight race in North Carolina. Real Clear Politics polling average gives Clinton a 1.2-point lead, well within the margin of error.