Politics & Government

October 14, 2008

McCain admits he's behind in rare N. Carolina campaign stop

McCain's visit to Wilmington was his first public appearance in North Carolina in the general election. His Democratic opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, has campaigned in the state five times and sharply outspent him on advertising and staffing. Obama has aired a television ad specific to North Carolina, linking the closure of Maiden-based Carolina Mills factories to McCain's support for free-trade measures.

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