The major-party candidates for U.S. Senate in North Carolina are crossing the state on the final weekend before Election Day to meet voters and urge their parties' members to keep working.
Republican incumbent Richard Burr and Democratic challenger Elaine Marshall scheduled several campaign appearances across the state Saturday, which is also the last day for early voting.
Burr was scheduled to begin his day in Pinehurst, then travel to Albemarle, Monroe, Cornelius, Catawba and Lincolnton. Marshall planned to start with breakfast in Burr's hometown of Winston-Salem, then move to Greensboro, Burlington, Durham, Raleigh and Robeson County.
Libertarian Michael Beitler planned to canvass voters in Guilford County.