For a week, Charlotte has found itself in the spotlight of the presidential race — at least from Barack Obama's campaign.
Obama's visit Sunday will mark the third time this week that he, his wife or his running mate will stump in the Queen City.
"Winning North Carolina is critical to this campaign, and winning Charlotte is critical to winning North Carolina," Obama spokeswoman Susan Lagana said Friday. "People in Charlotte have experienced a lot of these problems he's seeking to address."
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