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Local Election Results

Local results from Election Day

(Results will be updated as they become available)

U.S. House of Representatives District 7        Precincts reporting: 207 of 207

David Rouzer (REP)- 155,705

Kyle Horton (DEM)- 119,606

David W Fallin (CST)- 4,599

N.C. State Senate District 7         Precincts Reporting: 30 of 52

Louis Milford Pate, Jr. (REP)- 19,974

David B. Brantley (DEM)- 16,502

N.C. House of Representatives District 4        Precincts Reporting: 24 of 24

Jimmy Dixon (REP)- 13,465

Da’Quan Marcell Love (DEM)- 7,451

Kevin E. Hayes (CST)- 480

N.C. House of Representatives District 10      Precincts reporting: 24 of 24

John Bell (REP)- 18,766

Tracy Blackmon (DEM)- 8,289

N.C. House of Representatives District 21      Precincts reporting: 26 of 26

Robert E. Freeman (REP)- 10,769

Raymond Smith (DEM)- 11,939

District Attorney District 9            Precincts reporting: 40 of 62

Matthew L. Delbridge (REP)- 30,130

N.C. Supreme Court Associate Justice Seat 1           Precincts reporting: 2683 of 2706

Barbara Jackson (REP)- 1,227,267

Christopher (Chris) Anglin (REP)- 589,580

Anita Earls (DEM)- 1,779,592

N.C. Court of Appeals Judge Seat 1     Precincts reporting: 2683 of 2706

Andrew T. Heath (REP)- 1,770,508

John S. Arrowood (DEM)- 1,821,853

N.C. Court of Appeals Judge Seat 2     Precincts reporting: 2863 of 2706

Jefferson G. Griffin (REP)- 1,273,173

Tobias (Toby) Hampson (DEM)- 1,734,117

Sandra Alive Ray (REP)- 552,504

N.C. Court of Appeals Judge Seat 3     Precincts reporting: 2683 of 2706

Chuck Kitchen (REP)- 1,684,185

Michael Monaco, Sr. (LIB)- 164,738

Allegra Katherine Collins (DEM)- 1,741,195

N.C. District Court Judge District 8 Seat 1      Precincts reporting: 40 of 62

Beth Heath (DEM)- 27,750

Wayne County Clerk of Superior Court           Precincts reporting: 30 of 30

Justin L. Minshew (DEM)- 25,158

Wayne County Sheriff       Precincts Reporting: 30 of 30

Larry M Pierce (REP)- 28,365

Wayne County Board of Education District 1            Precincts reporting: 6 of 6

Chris West- 4,349

Write-In (Miscellaneous)- 1,647

Wayne County Board of Education District 4            Precincts Reporting: 7 of 7

Jennifer Smith Strickland- 4,708

Write-In (Miscellaneous)- 249

Wayne County Board of Education District 5            Precincts Reporting: 7 of 7

Joe Democko- 3,664

Write-In (Miscellaneous)- 360

Wayne County Board of Education District 6            Precincts Reporting: 14 of 14

Wade Leatham- 2,761

Rick Pridgen- 2,773

Write-In (Miscellaneous)- 211

Wayne Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor   Precincts Reporting: 30 of 30

(Vote for 2)

Ronald W. Parks- 20,683

John (Phil) Yelverton- 16,423

Write-In (Miscellaneous)- 663

Wayne County Local Sales and Use Tax     Precincts Reporting: 30 of 30

For- 15,133

Against- 20,436

Town of Pikeville Mixed Beverage Election    Precincts Reporting: 1 of 1

For- 154

Against- 109

N.C. Constitutional Amendments

Protect the Right to Hunt and Fish      Precincts Reporting: 2683 of 2706

For- 2,048,235

Against- 1,537,100

Strengthening Victims Rights     Precincts Reporting: 2683 of 2706

For- 2,228,296

Against- 1,359,496

Maximum Income Tax Rate of 7.0%     Precincts Reporting: 2683 of 2706

For- 2,060,373

Against- 1,531,121

Require Photo ID To Vote     Precincts Reporting:2683 of 2706

For- 2,015,849

Against- 1,615,482

Nonpartisan Judicial Merit Commission     Precincts Reporting: 2683 of 2706

Against- 2,347,70

For- 1,161,547

Bipartisan Board of Ethics and Elections     Precincts Reporting: 2683 of 2706

Against- 2,164,886

For- 1,346,715

 

Keep in Mind: All results are unofficial until they are certified.

Also, with the absentee voting period extended in many counties impacted by Hurricane Florence, some contests may be too close to call without all of the ballots being accounted for.

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