Election Results

2020 Primary Election Results

North Carolina Presidential Primary – Democrat

  • Joseph R. Biden WinnerD 44.1%
    568,578
  • Bernie Sanders  D 24.7%
    318,772
  • Michael R. Bloomberg  D 13.3%
    171,734
  • Elizabeth Warren  D 10.7%
    138,502
  • Pete Buttigieg  D 3.4%
    43,368
  • Amy Klobuchar  D 2.4%
    30,641
  • Tom Steyer  D 0.8%
    10,715
  • Tulsi Gabbard  D 0.5%
    6,649
100.0% precincts reporting
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North Carolina Presidential Primary – Republican

  • Donald J Trump *WinnerR 95.9%
    747,038
  • Joe Walsh  R 2.1%
    16,327
  • Bill Weld  R 2.0%
    15,418
* Incumbent
100.0% precincts reporting
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U.S. Senate Primary – Democrat

  • Cal Cunningham WinnerD 57.0%
    713,249
  • Erica D. Smith  D 34.8%
    434,896
  • Trevor M. Fuller  D 3.8%
    47,651
  • Steven Swenson  D 2.7%
    33,526
  • Atul Goel  D 1.8%
    22,067
100.0% precincts reporting
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U.S. Senate Primary – Republican

  • Thom Tillis *WinnerR 78.1%
    606,249
  • Paul Wright  R 7.5%
    58,566
  • Larry Holmquist  R 7.4%
    57,135
  • Sharon Y. Hudson  R 7.0%
    54,330
* Incumbent
100.0% precincts reporting
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N.C. Governor – Democrat

  • Roy Cooper *WinnerD 87.2%
    1,120,093
  • Ernest T. Reeves  D 12.8%
    164,449
* Incumbent
100.0% precincts reporting
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N.C. Governor – Republican

  • Dan Forest WinnerR 89.0%
    694,929
  • Holly Grange  R 11.0%
    86,150
100.0% precincts reporting
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N.C. Lieutenant Governor – Democrat

  • Yvonne Lewis Holley WinnerD 26.6%
    306,795
  • Terry Van Duyn  D 20.4%
    236,004
  • Chaz Beasley  D 18.9%
    217,757
  • Allen Thomas  D 18.9%
    217,787
  • Bill Toole  D 9.6%
    110,849
  • Ron Newton  D 5.7%
    65,622
100.0% precincts reporting
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N.C. Lieutenant Governor – Republican

  • Mark Robinson WinnerR 32.5%
    239,844
  • Andy Wells  R 14.6%
    107,349
  • Mark Johnson  R 12.0%
    88,840
  • John L. Ritter  R 11.5%
    84,567
  • Renee Ellmers  R 6.8%
    50,323
  • Greg Gebhardt  R 6.8%
    50,207
  • Deborah Cochran  R 6.5%
    48,062
  • Scott Stone  R 6.5%
    47,975
  • Buddy Bengel  R 2.8%
    20,331
100.0% precincts reporting
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N.C. Superintendent Of Public Instruction – Democrat

  • Jen Mangrum WinnerD 33.1%
    375,132
  • Keith A. Sutton  D 26.6%
    301,537
  • Constance (Lav) Johnson  D 21.1%
    238,967
  • James Barrett  D 10.8%
    121,953
  • Michael Maher  D 8.3%
    94,419
100.0% precincts reporting
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N.C. Superintendent Of Public Instruction – Republican

  • Catherine Truitt WinnerR 56.7%
    389,966
  • Craig Horn  R 43.3%
    298,198
100.0% precincts reporting
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N.C. Attorney General – Republican

  • Jim O'Neill WinnerR 46.6%
    337,060
  • Sam Hayes  R 31.1%
    225,291
  • Christine Mumma  R 22.3%
    161,544
100.0% precincts reporting
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U.S. House Of Representatives District 09 – Democratic

  • Cynthia L. Wallace WinnerD 55.9%
    45,062
  • Harry Southerland  D 16.3%
    13,122
  • Clayton W. Brooks III  D 14.8%
    11,890
  • Marcus W. Williams  D 13.0%
    10,487
100.0% precincts reporting
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U.S. House Of Representatives District 12 – Democrat

  • Alma Adams *WinnerD 88.1%
    108,394
  • Keith E. Cradle  D 11.9%
    14,601
* Incumbent
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners At-Large – Democrat

  • Ella Scarborough *WinnerD 22.9%
    88,969
  • Patricia (Pat) Cotham *WinnerD 20.9%
    81,434
  • Leigh Altman WinnerD 15.0%
    58,486
  • Ray S. McKinnon  D 13.8%
    53,762
  • Brenda Stevenson  D 12.4%
    48,270
  • Tera Lee Long  D 6.2%
    23,961
  • Tigress Sydney Acute McDaniel  D 4.6%
    17,837
  • Lloyd Scher  D 4.1%
    16,010
* Incumbent
100.0% precincts reporting
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Mecklenburg County Board Of Commissioners District 03 – Democrat

  • George Dunlap *WinnerD 75.3%
    18,296
  • Cade Lee  D 24.7%
    5,997
* Incumbent
100.0% precincts reporting
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South Carolina

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Preference Primary

  • Joseph R. Biden WinnerD 48.9%
    261,879
  • Bernie Sanders  D 19.9%
    106,336
  • Tom Steyer  D 11.4%
    61,046
  • Pete Buttigieg  D 8.2%
    44,139
  • Elizabeth Warren  D 7.1%
    38,034
  • Amy Klobuchar  D 3.2%
    16,877
  • Tulsi Gabbard  D 1.3%
    6,792
100.0% precincts reporting
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