In the final days before the election, it’s still an open race in North Carolina.
Mitt Romney has the edge in most polls here, but the Obama campaign is not giving up on winning our state.
Former president Bill Clinton said Sunday that North Carolina residents should vote for President Barack Obama in part because he supported the bailout of the U.S. auto industry and signed a law that gives workers more time to file pay discrimination lawsuits.
Stealing a phrase from former President George W. Bush, Clinton said Obama was a better “decider-in-chief” than the GOP nominee, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
Romney “has been tying himself in knots to say he didn’t say what he clearly said,” Clinton told about 4,000 people at Pullen Park in Raleigh.