President Barack Obama, left, and North Carolina Democratic gubernatorial candidate Roy Cooper, right, arrive together at North Carolina Air National Guard Base in Charlotte. North Carolina is a key state to watch as returns come in Tuesday night.
President Barack Obama, left, and North Carolina Democratic gubernatorial candidate Roy Cooper, right, arrive together at North Carolina Air National Guard Base in Charlotte. North Carolina is a key state to watch as returns come in Tuesday night. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
President Barack Obama, left, and North Carolina Democratic gubernatorial candidate Roy Cooper, right, arrive together at North Carolina Air National Guard Base in Charlotte. North Carolina is a key state to watch as returns come in Tuesday night. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

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