The two candidates vying for the democratic nomination for president will be stumping in North Carolina Monday. Senator Barack Obama will visit Wilson. The event is at Beddingfield High School at 6 p.m. Other stops for Obama Monday include Chapel Hill and Wilmington.
Senator Hillary Clinton campaigned in Jacksonville Friday. Monday, she plans to visit Graham, Salisbury, Charlotte and Concord. Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea are also making the rounds in North Carolina
North Carolina has the largest amount of delegates up for grabs of any of the state primaries that are left. The state will award 115 delegates after the primary on May 6.
One-stop early voting continues through Saturday, May 3.