The North Carolina elections are coming up on March 15th and candidates from both the Democratic and Republican sides are all coming to the Charlotte region to speak to the biggest city in the state, except for Trump, he’s speaking in mountains of Hickory.
Ted Cruz will be hosting a rally at the Charlotte Motor Speedway’s zMax Dragway between University city and Concord on Sunday, March 13 from 2pm – 5pm.
Hillary Clinton will be holding her rally in Charlotte’s Grady Cole Center on March 14th starting at 7:30 p.m.
Bernie Sanders will be visiting the Queen City for the first time on March 14th, with a rally to be held at the PNC Music Pavilion starting at 1:30 p.m.
Donald Trump’s campaign stated that he will be holding his rally in the mountains of Hickory at the Lenoir-Rhyne University on March 14th starting at 10am.
According to recent polls, Trump and Cruz are fairly close among North Carolina Republicans (32% to 26% – Kasich is third with about 11%), and Hillary appears to have a substantial lead over Sanders among North Carolina Democrats (57% to 28%).
Who do you plan on voting for on March 15th?