PBS News Weekend

Season 14, Episode 36 of 99

With just days to go before Election Day, PBS NewsHour Weekend wraps up their series "Roads to Election 2020" in the swing state of North Carolina. Hari Sreenivasan reports from the Tar Heel state where, in addition to the presidential race, voters are weighing in on the next state agriculture commissioner who will be overseeing the multi-billion-dollar farming and agribusiness industry. In a state still undergoing infrastructural and economic recovery from two major hurricanes in the last four years, one of the deciding factors in that race may be the candidate's stance on climate change and a plan for the state's future. Also, WUNC reporter Rusty Jacobs discusses the issues front of mind for North Carolinians as election day approaches. Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield has his analysis on Election Day and a look at the surge in political advertising. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from North Carolina.

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