CHARLOTTE, N.C. — President Barack Obama and presumptive democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will campaign in Charlotte on Tuesday, the Clinton campaign announced. It will be their first campaign event together.
They will discuss building on the progress made during Obama’s presidency and their vision for a more unified America, a press release states.
For Clinton, this will be her second visit to the state in three weeks. On June 22, she spoke at a rally in Raleigh.
No other details have been released about the Charlotte appearance.