Senate Primaries

Numbers current as of 7:30 Wednesday morning. Apparent winners are highlighted, and shown above their November
matchups. The one upset is highlighted in red.

District 1 (Beauford, Camden, Currituck, Dare,
Hyde, Pasquotank, Tyrrell, Washington)


Hood Richardson (R) - 2,631

Ron
Toppin (R)
- 2,764

Winner faces Marc
Basnight (D, Incumbent)

District 2 (Carteret, Craven, Pamlico)

Jean
Preston (R)
- 6,478

Norman W. Sanderson (R) - 1,682

Winner faces C.W. "Pete"
Bland (D, Incumbent)

District 3 (Edgecombe, Martin, Pitt)

Clark
Jenkins (D, Incumbent)
- 7,463

Shelly Willingham (D) - 4,183

No Republican Opponent

District 8 (Brunswick, Columbus, Pender)

Bill
Fairley (R)
- 2,774

Shirley C. Babson (R) - 1,098

Winner faces R.C. Soles,
Jr. (D, Incumbent)

District 13 (Hoke, Robeson)

style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">David F.
Weinstein (D, Incumbent)
11,703 style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal;">
R. Benjamin Clark, III
(D) - 
6,264

style="font-style: italic;">No Republican Opponent

District 19 (Bladen, Cumberland)

Paul Williams (D)
2,921 style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal;">
style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">Tony Rand (D,
Incumbent)
8,947

style="font-style: italic;">No Republican Opponent

District 21 (Cumberland)

Curtis Worthy (D) -
2,393 style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal;">
Eronomy "Mohammed"
Smith (D) - 137


style="font-weight: normal;"> style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">Larry Shaw (D,
Incumbent) -
3,370

style="font-style: italic;">Winner faces: style="font-weight: normal;">

Juanita
M. Gonzalez (R)
-
674 style="font-weight: normal;">
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Richard D. Evans (R) -
458

District 24 (Alamance, Caswell)

style="font-weight: normal;">Tim Purgason (D)
- 889
style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">Tony
Foriest (D)
- 2,078

style="font-style: italic;">Winner faces:

style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);"> style="font-weight: normal;">Hugh Webster (R, Incumbent)
- 1,702
style="font-weight: normal;">
Phoebe M. Harrison (R)

- 510
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style="font-weight: normal;">

District 26 (Guilford, Rockingham)

Ken Hux (R)

- 1,756
style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">Philip
E. "Phil" Berger
(R, Incumbent)
- 1,825 style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal;">
Winner
faces Rick Miller (D)

District 28 (Guilford)
style="font-weight: normal;">
Carlton Roberson (D)

- 385
style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">Katie
G. Dorsett (D, Incumbent)
- 3,022

style="font-style: italic;">No Republican Opponent

District 31 (Forsyth)

Gloria D. Whisenhunt (R)

- 2,354
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Nathan Tabor (R)

- 3,167
style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">Peter
Samuel "Pete"
Brunstetter (R)
- 4,423

style="font-style: italic;">No Democratic Opponent

District 35 (Mecklenburg, Union)

C. William Brooks (R)

- 1,320
style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">W.
Edward "Eddie" Goodall, Jr. (R, Incumbent)

- 4,673

style="font-style: italic;">No Democratic Opponent

District 45 (Alexander, Ashe, Watauga, Wilkes)

style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 102, 102);">David
Blust (R)
- 7,536 style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal;">
John Garwood (R,
Incumbent)
- 4,822 style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal;">
Winner
faces Steve Goss (D)

District 49 (Buncombe)

Brian Cooper (R)

- 650
style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">R.L.
Clark (R)
- 1,752

style="font-style: italic;">Winner faces style="font-weight: normal; font-style: italic;">Martin
Nesbitt (D, Incumbent)

District 50 (Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Jackson,
Swain, Transylvania) style="font-style: italic;">

style="font-weight: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 51);">Ken
McKim (R)
- 4,821 style="font-weight: normal;">
style="font-weight: normal;">
Mark Crawford (R)

- 841
style="font-weight: normal;">
Rick Bagley (R)

- 636
style="font-weight: normal;">
Sue Lynn Ledford (R)

- 4,692

style="font-style: italic;">Winner faces style="font-weight: normal; font-style: italic;">John Snow
(D, Incumbent)




Comments

District 50 in Graham

McKim--505 55%
Sue Lynn Ledford--318 35%
Mark Crawford---56 6%
Rick Bagley----30 3%

Thanks, Daniel!

 
“Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved.” —Aristotle

Still no data on Senate 31

What's wrong with Forsyth County -- is it broken? Can we get a crew out to fix Forsyth County?

What a turnout in District 13.

Hoke and Robeson voted more people total than Mecklenburg.

Steve Goss

Steve Goss, running for Senate in District 45, is amazing. He is an ex-pastor, ex-football coach, and amazing amazing man. Please help him out if you can.