Hillary Clinton will make her official final campaign stop at a midnight rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, on November 8 in what her campaign is calling a “get out the vote” rally.
Up for grabs are North Carolina’s winner-take-all, 15 electoral college votes and a chance to take back North Carolina’s governor’s mansion with Rory Cooper. Also, Deborah Ross is within striking distance to unseat United States Sen. Richard Burr.
According to the North Carolina State Board of Elections, over 2,800,000 voters have cast their ballots in early voting, which is about 41% of North Carolina’s total registered voters.
Women are outpacing men 1.6M to 1.2M – according to the early voting stats. And, over 830,000 minority voters have already cast their ballots.
The highest turnout by age are voters between the age of 47 to 75.