2012 Primary Runoff Results
Special Report - July 18, 2012
Voters across North Carolina finalized the field of candidates that will appear on November general election ballots in yesterday’s primary runoff races. According to unofficial results from the North Carolina State Board of Elections, over 220,000 voters, representing only 3.58 percent of registered voters in the State, turned out to vote in 15 state-level races, including several council of state seats.
Democrat voters chose John C. Brooks as their candidate for Commissioner of Labor. He will face incumbent Republican Cherie Berry. Additionally, Democrat voters in two districts (State Senate 21 and State House 32) chose their final candidates. Robert B. Clark III will represent the Democrat party for State Senate seat 21, and Nathan Baskerville defeated Jim Crawford for the chance to compete for State House seat 32.
Republican voters chose four statewide candidates, including Dan Forest for Lt. Governor, Mike Causey for Commissioner of Insurance, Ed Goodwin for Secretary of State, and John Tedesco for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Republicans in three U.S. Congressional districts finalized their candidatesRichard Hudson in District 8, Robert Pittenger in District 9, and Mark Meadows in District 11. Three Republican candidates for State Senate were chosenRonald Rabin for District 12, Jeff Tarte for District 41, David Curtis for District 44. Republicans also chose their candidates for State House District 6Mattie Lawsonand State House District 109Dana Bumgardner.
The 2012 general election will be held November 6. Voters will elect North Carolina’s congressional delegation, Governor, Lt. Governor, Council of State, General Assembly, and countless judicial and local positions.
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