Just as the number of political ads are increasing on tv, the number of stops candidates are making in towns across North Carolina are on the rise. We are nearing the November 4 election, when North Carolinians will elect a new governor, decide whether or not a sitting senator will return to the U.S. Congress, not to mention the role the state will play in the election of the next president.
So when a candidate comes to your town, does it make a difference?
Do you go out to see a candidate when they visit? Do you enjoy the coverage on the news?