Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence insisted the race was not over for Donald Trump at a rally in Greensboro Monday.
Pence focused on the media's influence on the election in his speech at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. He said the media has done half of the Clinton campaign’s work and has portrayed the race as practically over.
“This race is on, and we’re going all the way to the finish line,” Pence told the crowd.
Several state Republican leaders introduced Pence and encouraged the audience to vote early for down-ballot Republican candidates. Pence endorsed Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Gov. Pat McCrory and said their reelection is critical.
“We’re at a fork in the road here,” he said. “This is not a choice between Republican and Democrat. This is a choice between uphill and downhill.”