Politics & Government

N.C. voters invigorated by intense primary

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.

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