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RALEIGH, NC — With only four days left until Election Day, over 4 million North Carolinians have casted their votes, making up more than half of the state’s registered voters. In the final stretch, Cal is traveling across the state both virtually and safely in person, talking to North Carolinians about the issues that matter most to them — health care, COVID-19 relief, the economy, education and more.
Here’s a look at Cal’s campaign stops this week:
On Monday, Cal traveled to Lumberton where he visited an early voting site and a local business, Sweet Candy Café. Cal was joined by U.S. House Candidate Cynthia Wallace. Monday night, Cal joined the Craven County Democratic Party monthly meeting and the Carteret County Democratic Party meeting.
On Tuesday, Cal traveled to Johnston, Granville, and Durham counties where he visited small businesses and early voting sites, and met with voters. Cal also met with Candidate for NC Senate Allen Wellons to hear about the concerns of North Carolinians in Nash and Johnston counties.
Wednesday morning, Cal met with students and first time voters from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, where they discussed what issues are top of mind for college students and young people in the 2020 election.
Cal then visited a small business in Winston, and joined Winston-Salem Council member D.D. Adams, NC State House Member Derwin Montgomery, Vice Chair of Winston- Salem Democrats Kismet Loftin-Belland and CWA Member Timmia Wiley for a roundtable discussion on expanding health care access, strengthening our public schools, and creating an economy that works for everyone.
Cal traveled to Greensboro where he hosted a roundtable discussion with small business leaders to hear about the impact of COVID-19 on their business and what they need from the federal government. He also met with Candidates for NC House Nicole Quick and Brandon Gray at Scuppernong Bookstore.
Wednesday afternoon, Cal visited local businesses and an early voting site in Caswell County, where he met with voters and local officials.
And on Thursday, Cal visited a Wilson County polling location and then traveled to Nash County to have lunch with Eastern North Carolina Ministerial Alliance leaders.
With Election Day just days away, Cal has been traveling the state, meeting with North Carolinians and making his closing arguments that health care, education, the economy are all on the ballot and that he will be an independent senator who will go to bat for North Carolina.