- Associated Press - Saturday, November 1, 2014

CORNELIUS, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan is coming near Thom Tillis’ backyard to urge her supporters to keep working hard in the final weekend before Election Day.

Hagan planned to launch a canvassing effort Saturday in Cornelius - the same Mecklenburg County town where Republican rival Tillis keeps his campaign headquarters and plans to vote a couple hours earlier. Tillis lives in nearby Huntersville.

The Democrat Hagan then was scheduled to return for a similar launching in her hometown of Greensboro.

Tillis plans to visit early-voting sites in Charlotte after voting himself before attending events in Lincoln and Catawba counties.

The 10-day in-person early-voting period ends at 1 p.m. Saturday. It’s expected more than 1 million people will have cast ballots before the deadline.

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