On the eve of Tuesday's primary election, State Treasurer Richard Moore is counting on a high number of new and still undecided voters to deliver him to victory in the Democratic race for governor.
Moore met with friends and supporters Monday morning at the State Farmers Market restaurant near downtown Raleigh.
Recent polls have shown as many as 20 percent of likely Democratic voters hadn't decided as of last week whether to support Moore or his rival, Lt. Gov. Beverly Perdue.
And Moore says the influx of new voters attracted by the still undecided presidential race between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama is a wild card in North Carolina's race for governor.
Both Moore and Perdue are schedule to make campaign appearances throughout the day on Monday.
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