Former President Bill Clinton will launch a “Stronger Together” bus tour in North Carolina tomorrow. There will be public events in Rocky Mount, Goldsboro, Greenville, Wilmington and Fayetteville.
The former Democratic president is campaigning in multiple cities in North Carolina on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Hillary Clinton campaign says he will “discuss Hillary Clinton’s plans to build an economy that works for all, not just those at the top, and lay out her vision for an America that is stronger together.”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump already has a rally scheduled for Wednesday in Kinston at 7 p.m. Ticket for the Trump rally can be requested at DonaldJTrump.com.
President Clinton comes on the heels of a visit Saturday by Jill Biden, wife of the vice president, and Anne Holton, wife of the vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine. That event was at FTCC. Kaine stopped at the Cape Fear Botanical Garden this summer.
Trump has held two rallies at Fayetteville’s Crown Center so far this year, and his running mate Gov. Mike Pence was here earlier this month.
Hillary Clinton will be in Chapel Hill on today. Tickets for all the Clinton event are available at hillaryclinton.com/events.
Bill Clinton, the country’s 42nd president, was in North Carolina last month, where he gave a speech in Durham on Sept. 6, the same day vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine appeared in Wilmington. Bill Clinton served as president from 1993 to 2001.
Wilmington StarNews reporter Tim Buckland and The Fayetteville Observer contributed to this report.