Complete Primary Election Results for North Carolina

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Yesterday our state held the 2018 primary elections for our congressional representatives. North Carolina’s 9th district saw what might be the biggest upset in the nation with Pastor Mark Harris defeating incumbent Robert Pittenger.

Here are the winners and losers of from each district.

U.S. House District 1

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE
G.K. Butterfield*Uncontested

* Incumbent

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE
Roger AllisonUncontested

U.S. House District 2

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Linda Coleman 18,346 56.0%
Ken Romley 10,571 32.3
Wendy May 3,834 11.7

32,751 votes, 100% reporting (158 of 158 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
George Holding* 17,655 76.5%
Allen Chesser 5,416 23.5

23,071 votes, 100% reporting (158 of 158 precincts)

* Incumbent

Libertarian Party Primary

CANDIDATE
Jeff MatemuUncontested

U.S. House District 3

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Walter B. Jones* 20,862 43.0%
Phil Law 14,266 29.4
Scott Dacey 13,380 27.6

48,508 votes, 100% reporting (236 of 236 precincts)

* Incumbent

U.S. House District 4

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
David E. Price* 51,989 77.2%
Michelle Laws 11,036 16.4
Richard Watkins 4,341 6.4

67,366 votes, 100% reporting (183 of 183 precincts)

* Incumbent

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE
Steve LoorUncontested

Libertarian Party Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Barbara Howe 523 76.7%
Perry Whitlock 159 23.3

682 votes, 100% reporting (183 of 183 precincts)

U.S. House District 5

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
DD Adams 15,428 54.4%
Jenny Marshall 12,919 45.6

28,347 votes, 100% reporting (263 of 263 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Virginia Foxx* 32,518 80.8%
Dillon Gentry 5,669 14.1
Cortland Meader 2,050 5.1

40,237 votes, 100% reporting (263 of 263 precincts)

* Incumbent

U.S. House District 6

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Ryan Watts 25,883 77.2%
Gerald Wong 7,663 22.8

33,546 votes, 100% reporting (172 of 172 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE
Mark Walker*Uncontested

* Incumbent

U.S. House District 7

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Kyle Horton 21,403 67.0%
Grayson Parker 10,542 33.0

31,945 votes, 100% reporting (207 of 207 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE
David Rouzer*Uncontested

* Incumbent

U.S. House District 8

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Frank McNeill 15,965 56.1%
Scott Huffman 6,545 23.0
Marc Tiegel 5,941 20.9

28,451 votes, 100% reporting (206 of 206 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE
Richard Hudson*Uncontested

* Incumbent

U.S. House District 9

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Dan McCready 37,823 82.8%
Christian Cano 7,837 17.2

45,660 votes, 100% reporting (210 of 210 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Mark Harris 17,223 48.5%
Robert Pittenger* 16,409 46.2
Clarence Goins 1,862 5.2

35,494 votes, 100% reporting (210 of 210 precincts)

* Incumbent

Libertarian Party Primary

CANDIDATE
Jeff ScottUncontested

U.S. House District 10

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE
David BrownUncontested

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Patrick T. McHenry* 34,061 70.7%
Gina Collias 6,645 13.8
Jeff Gregory 3,714 7.7
 Others 3,734 7.8

48,154 votes, 100% reporting (197 of 197 precincts)

* Incumbent

U.S. House District 11

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Phillip Price 13,401 40.6%
Steve Woodsmall 10,282 31.1
D. Scott Donaldson 9,325 28.3

33,008 votes, 100% reporting (281 of 281 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Mark Meadows* 35,376 86.4%
Chuck Archerd 5,586 13.6

40,962 votes, 100% reporting (281 of 281 precincts)

* Incumbent

Libertarian Party Primary

CANDIDATE
Clifton IngramUncontested

U.S. House District 12

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Alma Adams* 38,719 85.5%
Keith Young 2,538 5.6
Patrick Register 2,066 4.6
Gabe Ortiz 1,952 4.3

45,275 votes, 100% reporting (146 of 146 precincts)

* Incumbent

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Paul Wright 3,211 43.2%
Paul Bonham 2,344 31.5
Carl Persson 1,880 25.3

7,435 votes, 100% reporting (146 of 146 precincts)

U.S. House District 13

Democratic Primary

CANDIDATE VOTE PCT.
Kathy Manning 19,472 70.1%
Adam Coker 8,289 29.9

27,761 votes, 100% reporting (220 of 220 precincts)

Republican Primary

CANDIDATE
Ted Budd*Uncontested

* Incumbent

Libertarian Party Primary

CANDIDATE
Tom BaileyUncontested

 

Sources: Election results and race calls from The Associated Press

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