Pat McCrory and Beverly Perdue will try to rally the faithful and persuade remaining undecided voters in the final full day of campaigning for North Carolina governor.
Perdue, the Democratic lieutenant governor, is scheduled to fly to five cities Monday, starting in Winston-Salem. McCrory, the Charlotte mayor and Republican nominee, also planned to visit five cities, from Raleigh to Fletcher.
The polls show the two major-party candidates in a close race. The winner will succeed outgoing Gov. Mike Easley.
Libertarian candidate Mike Munger will be working at Duke University. He just completed a three-day campaign trip from Murphy in the west to Manteo in the east.
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