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Cal Continues To Travel North Carolina Talking To Voters, As Over Three Million Have Voted

This Weekend, Cal Traveled Throughout Western NC And To Salisbury, Fayetteville

RALEIGH, NC –  Election Day is only 8 days aways and over three million North Carolinians have already cast their vote. This weekend, Cal traveled across North Carolina meeting with students, business owners, health care advocates and candidates to hear what issues they are concerned about and share his vision for the future of North Carolina. 

Here’s a recap from this weekend: 

On Friday, Cal traveled to Statesville to meet with health care advocates, patients and doctors to talk about health care in rural North Carolina and the urgent need to expand Medicaid.

Then Cal traveled to Plush Kutz Barber College, where he met with Hickory City  Council Member David Williams, the owner of the shop and college, and his students. Cal listened to the students and took questions about issues they’re facing.

On Friday afternoon, Cal dropped by Lynne Mason’s small business, Lost Province Brewing Company, for lunch and visited a polling place at Appalachian State University, where he met with App State College Dems.

Cal kicked off Saturday morning at the Haywood County stop of the North Carolina Democratic Party Bus Tour to rally voters with just 10 days from the Election.

Cal met with Representative Joe Sam Queen and Candidate for U.S. House Moe Davis at Qualla Java coffee shop in Cherokee.

Cal also stopped at polling sites in Transylvania County and Jackson County. 

Cal then traveled to Hendersonville where he met with voters and Josh Remilliard, a veteran and candidate for NC House.

On Saturday evening, Cal met with Candidate for U.S. House Scott Huffman, Candidate for NC Senate Tarsha Ellis, Candidate for NC House Al Heggins, and Candidate for NC House Keith Townsend in Salisbury to discuss what they are hearing from voters and their vision for the North Carolina legislature.

And on Sunday, Cal visited an early voting poll site in Fayetteville.

With almost a week left until Election Day, Cal continues to hear what issues matter most to North Carolinians, as part of his commitment to listen first and serve the people of the state he has called home his entire life.