Clinton heading to Charlotte for fundraiser for her campaign

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton is heading back to North Carolina to raise money for her presidential campaign.

The former first lady and secretary of state was expected Tuesday evening at the Charlotte home of Erskine and Crandall Bowles.

Like a previous event in Raleigh in July, the invitation seeks donations of $2,700 per person. That's the maximum allowed for individuals during the primary campaign. A special reception with the Democratic nominee front-runner is available to those who help raise at least $15,000.

Erskine Bowles was the White House chief of staff during part of President Bill Clinton's second term. The investment banker later served as University of North Carolina system president. Crandall Bowles is a longtime textile company executive.