CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Less than one week before Americans head to the polls to cast their vote for President of the United States, sitting President Barack Obama will be in North Carolina campaigning for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

President Obama is scheduled to make a stop on the campus of the University of North Carolina on Wednesday, November 2. Obama will speak at Carmichael Arena at 2 p.m., encouraging voters to take advantage of early voting with Election Day looming six days after his visit.