President Obama to campaign for Hillary Clinton during Greensboro visit Tuesday
GREENSBORO, N.C. — President Barack Obama will make two stops in Greensboro on Tuesday.
In addition to his scheduled appearance at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, he will be campaigning for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
According to the Clinton campaign, he will “lay out the high stakes of November’s election for North Carolina families and highlight Hillary’s vision for an America that is stronger together, with an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.”
Details about the event are not yet available, but the public can RSVP for the rally here.
At N.C. A&T, Obama is slated to participate in a student forum titled “A Conversation with the President: Sports, Race and Achievement.”
The hour-long discussion will be taped earlier that day and is set to be shown at 10 p.m. on ESPN and WatchESPN. It’s being presented by ESPN’s The Undefeated, which is the company’s content initiative focusing on the intersection of sports, race and culture.