FAYETEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — Doctor Jill Biden and Anne Holton on the campaign trail together for the first time Saturday at Fayetteville Technical Community College.
The two are campaigning for Hillary Clinton and talking about various issues affecting North Carolina voters.
Biden is the wife of vice-president Joe Biden and Holton is the wife of Democratic nominee for vice president, Tim Kaine.
Both Biden and Holton encouraged people to take advantage of early voting.
“It makes it convenient for people. So we are trying to get as many people out as soon as we can get them out. It’s really important here in North Carolina that people find time in their schedules and get out there and vote,” Dr. Jill Biden said.
23 -year old Imani Clayton from Fayetteville attended Saturday’s rally. She hopes to see young millennials get out voting before the November 5 deadline.
“I’m just ready to see more young people for them to get excited about voting and about their issues that are happening to them and it’s not happening to anyone else but us. I want to see more young people out there,” Clayton said.
Early voting rallies will continue Sunday in North Carolina as Clinton campaigns with the Mothers of the Movement group in Raleigh at Saint Augustine’s University.