Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary in Greensboro, Charlotte on Sunday

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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Former President Bill Clinton returned to North Carolina on Sunday to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

In Greensboro, Bill Clinton spoke about policy and issues, urging people to vote and bring their friends.

He rallied the crowd from LeBauer Park, talking about growing the economy from the middle out and the ground up.

"Election Day is the one day you become more powerful than the richest billionaires and the president," Bill Clinton said.

Bill Clinton also called on voters to elect Roy Cooper for North Carolina governor, Deborah Ross for Senate and Linda Coleman for lieutenant governor.

"No state has been more of a battleground to determine the future of the country than North Carolina," he said.

After the Greensboro rally, Bill Clinton spoke at Hickory Grove Recreational Center in Charlotte.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton campaigned in Wilton Manors, Florida and vice presidential pick Tim Kaine was in Michigan.