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US elections: North Carolina, a must-win swing state

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Barack Obama takes the stage to deliver remarks at a Hillary for America campaign in Charlotte, North Carolina
Barack Obama takes the stage to deliver remarks at a Hillary for America campaign in Charlotte, North Carolina Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

Tuesday, Americans will vote to elect their next president. During the last days of the campaign, the candidates and their high-profile supporters have crisscrossed the country; stopping in the states where they think the election could be decided.

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North Carolina is one of those swing states that hangs in the balance in today’s vote. The Hillary Clinton campaign dispatched its most high-profile supporter, the President himself, to North Carolina twice in the last week. The Republican candidate Donald Trump also made multiple visits to this must-win swing state.

Our correspondent Philip Crowther has this report from Fayetteville, North Carolina.

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