GOP Front-Runner Mitt Romney Vists Charlotte While Obama Attends Fundraisers in Michigan
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - North Carolina is considered a battleground state in the race for the White House. GOP front-runner Mitt Romney made his first campaign stop in Charlotte today.
Romney gave what he called a "pre-buttal" to the speech that President Obama will make at the stadium when he accepts the Democratic nomination in September. Romney also attended a one thousand dollar per person fundraiser at Myers Park Country Club.
Meanwhile, President Obama was in Michigan attending two fundraisers. President Obama will be visiting the Research Triangle Area next Tuesday. This will be his sixth visit to North Carolina since his election.
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