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NC Primary Election (March 5) Results / Run-offs

Election 2024

Just under 1.8 million North Carolinians (about 24% of registered voters) cast ballots in the state’s 2024 primary election on Tuesday. Check out Primary election results from Tuesday on the News Blog.  https://www.ncsbe.gov/


Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson (Republican) and Attorney General Josh Stein (Democrat) will compete for North Carolina’s next Governor in November.

 Locally, Allen Joines will continue as Winston-Salem Mayor after a win on Tuesday.  Joines is running unopposed in November.

Some North Carolina races from Tuesday are heading toward a Run-off (May 14).  District 6: GOP candidates Mark Walker and Addison McDowell will likely be a run-off.  The Republican lieutenant governor’s race is a run-off

BTW: Candidates must win more than 30% of votes in their race to secure their party’s nomination for the general election. That means 30% of the total vote count plus one. In North Carolina, a runoff only occurs if the second-place finisher calls for one. www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/election/


NC State Board of Elections will post second-primary information here: ncsbe.gov/voting/upcoming-election.

Rematch in November? Both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump gained wins across more than a dozen voting states on Tuesday. Note: Nikki Haley has suspended her GOP Presidential bid this morning.

Voting in North Carolina    https://www.ncsbe.gov/voting/


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