Election Results

Election 2020

President Of The United States Of America – Electoral Votes

Joseph R. BidenDonald J. Trump
  • Joseph R. Biden WinnerD 56.9%
    306
  • Donald J. Trump * R 43.1%
    232
* Incumbent
538
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President Of The United States Of America – North Carolina

Ballots Cast: 75.24% (5,537,340 out of 7,359,798)

Donald J. TrumpJoseph R. BidenJo Jorgensen
  • Donald J. Trump *WinnerR 50.1%
    2,758,775
  • Joseph R. Biden  D 48.7%
    2,684,299
  • Jo Jorgensen  L 0.9%
    48,678
  • Howie Hawkins  G 0.2%
    12,195
  • Don Blankenship  O 0.1%
    7,549
* Incumbent
5,511,496
100.0% precincts reporting
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President Of The United States Of America – Pennsylvania

  • Joseph R. Biden WinnerD 50.6%
    3,454,093
  • Donald J. Trump * R 49.4%
    3,372,952
* Incumbent
6,827,045
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President Of The United States Of America – Georgia

  • Joseph R. Biden WinnerD 50.1%
    2,474,420
  • Donald J. Trump * R 49.9%
    2,461,833
* Incumbent
4,936,253
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President Of The United States Of America – Nevada

  • Joseph R. Biden WinnerD 51.2%
    703,486
  • Donald J. Trump * R 48.8%
    669,890
* Incumbent
1,373,376
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President Of The United States Of America – Arizona

  • Joseph R. Biden WinnerD 50.2%
    1,672,143
  • Donald J. Trump * R 49.8%
    1,661,686
* Incumbent
3,333,829
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President Of The United States Of America – Alaska

  • Donald J. Trump *WinnerR 55.6%
    173,233
  • Joseph R. Biden  D 44.4%
    138,070
* Incumbent
311,303
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North Carolina United States Senate

Thom TillisCal Cunningham
  • Thom Tillis *WinnerR 48.7%
    2,640,379
  • Cal Cunningham  D 46.9%
    2,543,672
  • Shannon W. Bray  L 3.1%
    167,968
  • Kevin E. Hayes  O 1.2%
    66,668
* Incumbent
5,418,687
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Governor

Roy CooperDan Forest
  • Roy Cooper *WinnerD 51.5%
    2,803,782
  • Dan Forest  R 47.1%
    2,563,258
  • Steven J. DiFiore  L 1.1%
    58,818
  • Al Pisano  O 0.4%
    20,371
* Incumbent
5,446,229
100.0% precincts reporting
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South Carolina United States Senate

Lindsey GrahamJaime Harrison
  • Lindsey Graham *WinnerR 56.3%
    1,289,926
  • Jaime Harrison  D 42.4%
    970,500
  • Bill Bledsoe  O 1.4%
    31,133
* Incumbent
2,291,559
99.7% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Attorney General

  • Josh Stein *WinnerD 50.1%
    2,684,854
  • Jim O'Neill  R 49.9%
    2,674,085
* Incumbent
5,358,939
100.0% precincts reporting
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United States House Of Representatives District 9

  • Dan Bishop *WinnerR 55.6%
    221,803
  • Cynthia L. Wallace  D 44.4%
    177,355
* Incumbent
399,158
100.0% precincts reporting
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United States House Of Representatives – District 12

  • Alma Adams *WinnerD 100.0%
    339,247
* Incumbent
339,247
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Lieutenant Governor

  • Mark Robinson WinnerR 51.7%
    2,773,751
  • Yvonne Lewis Holley  D 48.3%
    2,595,868
5,369,619
100.0% precincts reporting
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City Of Charlotte Transportation Bonds Referendum

  • Yes Winner 77.4%
    318,953
  • No   22.6%
    92,995
100.0% precincts reporting
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City Of Charlotte Housing Bonds Referendum

  • Yes Winner 77.1%
    318,313
  • No   22.9%
    94,496
100.0% precincts reporting
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City Of Charlotte Neighborhood Improvement Bonds Referendum

  • Yes Winner 78.8%
    324,689
  • No   21.2%
    87,242
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners At-Large

  • Ella Scarborough *WinnerD 34.0%
    356,994
  • Patricia (Pat) Cotham *WinnerD 33.9%
    355,390
  • Leigh Altman WinnerD 32.1%
    337,143
* Incumbent
1,049,527
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners District 1

  • Elaine Powell *WinnerD 56.0%
    56,365
  • Jim Puckett  R 44.0%
    44,329
* Incumbent
100,694
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners District 2

  • Vilma Leake *WinnerD 100.0%
    72,107
* Incumbent
72,107
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners District 3

  • George Dunlap *WinnerD 84.4%
    63,757
  • Friday Paul Okure  R 15.6%
    11,786
* Incumbent
75,543
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners District 4

  • Mark Jerrell *WinnerD 100.0%
    67,820
* Incumbent
67,820
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners District 5

  • Laura Meier WinnerD 51.3%
    49,812
  • Matthew Ridenhour  R 48.7%
    47,235
97,047
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners District 6

  • Susan Rodriguez McDowell *WinnerD 50.7%
    52,399
  • Joel Levy  R 49.3%
    50,983
* Incumbent
103,382
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina State Senate District 37

  • Jeff Jackson *WinnerD 55.0%
    64,242
  • Sonja P. Nichols  R 41.3%
    48,238
  • Jeff Scott  L 3.7%
    4,291
* Incumbent
116,771
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina State Senate District 40

  • Joyce Waddell *WinnerD 72.1%
    63,900
  • Bobbie Shields  R 27.9%
    24,775
* Incumbent
88,675
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina State Senate District 41

  • Natasha Marcus *WinnerD 71.9%
    82,291
  • Christopher Cole  O 28.1%
    32,133
* Incumbent
114,424
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Secretary Of State

  • Elaine Marshall *WinnerD 51.1%
    2,726,837
  • E.C. Sykes  R 48.9%
    2,605,730
* Incumbent
5,332,567
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Treasurer

  • Dale R. Folwell *WinnerR 52.6%
    2,786,254
  • Ronnie Chatterji  D 47.4%
    2,510,557
* Incumbent
5,296,811
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Superintendent Of Public Instruction

  • Catherine Truitt WinnerR 51.4%
    2,726,948
  • Jen Mangrum  D 48.6%
    2,578,238
5,305,186
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Auditor

  • Beth A. Wood *WinnerD 50.8%
    2,701,357
  • Anthony Wayne (Tony) Street  R 49.2%
    2,611,323
* Incumbent
5,312,680
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Commissioner Of Agriculture

  • Steve Troxler *WinnerR 53.9%
    2,874,607
  • Jenna Wadsworth  D 46.1%
    2,459,302
* Incumbent
5,333,909
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Commissioner Of Insurance

  • Mike Causey *WinnerR 51.8%
    2,749,145
  • Wayne Goodwin  D 48.2%
    2,559,696
* Incumbent
5,308,841
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Commissioner Of Labor

  • Josh Dobson WinnerR 50.9%
    2,701,336
  • Jessica Holmes  D 49.1%
    2,609,502
5,310,838
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Register Of Deeds

  • Fred Smith *WinnerD 100.0%
    410,676
* Incumbent
410,676
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Soil And Water Conservation District Supervisor

  • Rich George WinnerNP 27.0%
    110,937
  • David Michael Rice  NP 26.2%
    107,451
  • Duncan St. Clair  NP 24.6%
    101,104
  • Gregory Denlea  NP 20.8%
    85,266
  • Write-In  NP 1.5%
    6,014
410,772
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Court Of Appeals Judge Seat 13

  • Jefferson G. Griffin WinnerR 51.2%
    2,695,066
  • Chris Brook * D 48.8%
    2,570,578
* Incumbent
5,265,644
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Court Of Appeals Judge Seat 4

  • April C. Wood WinnerR 51.8%
    2,741,226
  • Tricia Shields  D 48.2%
    2,550,369
5,291,595
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Court Of Appeals Judge Seat 5

  • Fred Gore WinnerR 51.3%
    2,710,332
  • Lora Christine Cubbage  D 48.7%
    2,573,425
5,283,757
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Court Of Appeals Judge Seat 6

  • Chris Dillon *WinnerR 52.0%
    2,742,823
  • Gray Styers  D 48.0%
    2,534,635
* Incumbent
5,277,458
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Court Of Appeals Judge Seat 7

  • Jeff Carpenter WinnerR 51.6%
    2,721,358
  • Reuben F. Young * D 48.4%
    2,551,167
* Incumbent
5,272,525
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 1

  • Kimberly Y. Best *WinnerD 66.2%
    360,685
  • Pat Finn  R 33.8%
    184,373
* Incumbent
545,058
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 10

  • C. Renee Little WinnerD 100.0%
    409,339
409,339
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 11

  • Elizabeth Thornton Trosch WinnerD 100.0%
    409,478
409,478
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 12

  • Roy H. Wiggins WinnerD 100.0%
    408,279
408,279
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 2

  • Aretha Blake WinnerD 100.0%
    418,499
418,499
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 3

  • Jena Culler WinnerD 100.0%
    414,752
414,752
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 4

  • Donald Cureton, Jr. WinnerD 100.0%
    413,219
413,219
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 5

  • Faith Fickling-Alvarez WinnerD 100.0%
    410,934
410,934
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 6

  • Ty Hands WinnerD 100.0%
    410,440
410,440
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 7

  • Gary L. Henderson WinnerD 100.0%
    409,599
409,599
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 8

  • Christy T. Mann WinnerD 100.0%
    409,361
409,361
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina District Court Judge District 26 Seat 9

  • Rex Marvel *WinnerD 64.6%
    347,417
  • Sunny Panyanouvong-Rubeck  R 35.4%
    190,537
* Incumbent
537,954
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice Seat 2

  • Phil Berger, Jr. WinnerR 50.7%
    2,698,424
  • Lucy Inman  D 49.3%
    2,624,144
5,322,568
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice Seat 4

  • Tamara Barringer WinnerR 51.2%
    2,720,036
  • Mark Davis  D 48.8%
    2,589,411
5,309,447
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Seat 1

  • Cheri Beasley * D 50.0%
    2,666,742
  • Paul Newby  R 50.0%
    2,669,605
* Incumbent
5,336,347
99.9% precincts reporting
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