Local appearances by first lady Michelle Obama and Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan this month demonstrate that the presidential campaigns are taking no votes for granted in 2012.
North Carolina has been viewed as a battleground state for months. While the bulk of the state’s voters live in Charlotte, the Triad and Triangle, eastern North Carolina has a core of voters that both sides want to win.
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