VP candidate Mike Pence campaigns in North Carolina

Mike Pence
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence speaks after a meeting with Indianapolis Archbishop Joseph Tobin at the Statehouse Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, in Indianapolis, a day after the archdiocese said it has the means to resettle a Syrian refugee family bound for the state. Pence blocked state agencies from distributing federal money for Syrian refugees following the deadly Paris attacks. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

(AP/WSPA) — Republican vice presidential nominee Indiana Governor Mike Pence campaigned Monday in the battleground state of North Carolina.

Pence will make a stop at the WNC Agriculture Center in Fletcher.

Earlier in the day, Pence appeared at a Charlotte rally. Pence was on the campaign trail a day after the second heated debate between presidential contenders Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Presidential politics is resuming in the key battlegrounds of Florida and North Carolina. But some campaign offices remain closed and a legal dispute over voter registration lingers after Hurricane Matthew battered parts of the Atlantic coastline.

Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence campaigned Monday in North Carolina. Democrat Hillary Clinton is slated for a Tuesday event in Miami. Republican Donald Trump will be in the state Tuesday and Wednesday.

Aides to Clinton and Trump acknowledge they missed several days of voter outreach in the two states. Both remain close.

Democrats in Florida want a federal court to extend Tuesday’s voter registration deadline. They argue voters deserve more time since Republican Gov. Rick Scott issued an evacuation order that applied to millions of residents.

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