President Bush Visits North Carolina

There's less than three weeks remaining before Election Day, and President Bush is in North Carolina.

He's had lunch in Greensboro and visited an elementary school.
There's a tour of the Victory Junction Gang camp and a fundraiser
set for the afternoon.

What the president didn't do today is make campaign stops,
specifically with Representatives Charles Taylor and Robin Hayes.

Taylor and Hayes are veteran Republicans facing spirited
Democratic challenges.

The outcome of their two races could help tip the balance of
power in the House of Representatives.