Political columnist Tommy Tomlinson for the Charlotte Observer talks to 100 voters to tap their interest in the presidential race before North Carolina's primary Tuesday. Here's what he found:
For months now, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have made speeches, dropped in at barbecue joints and blasted e-mails to N.C. voters, aiming for their support in Tuesday's primary.
Over the past few days we went out to talk to 100 of those voters across the Charlotte area -- mainly at early-voting sites. Most of the folks we talked to don't seem worn out at all.
Many feel a deep emotional connection to their favored candidate. And at least some think the long battle has made Clinton and Obama stronger.
Read the full story at Charlotte.com.