CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- With just six days left before the presidential election, the decision we make right here in North Carolina will weigh heavily on the final outcome.
This is a well-known fact to presidential candidates, who are flocking to the Tar Heel state in a last attempt to sway voters and claim the 15 electoral votes our state offers.
Elon University released their poll Tuesday showing Clinton and Trump neck and neck in North Carolina. With poll numbers tightening, Clinton is bringing in the big guns.
President Obama is following Vice President Joe Biden's visit to North Carolina. The President will be in North Carolina Tuesday to campaign for the former Secretary of State, making a stop in Raleigh before heading to Charlotte and Fayetteville Friday.
Ivanka Trump will be in Charlotte Wednesday afternoon.
Early voting ends in North Carolina this weekend and Tuesday is Election Day.