NC Special June 2016 Primary Results – #ncpol

accept rejectYesterday was the special June primary. This is a winner take all primary with no run-off in the Congressional races.

There were 505,687 ballots cast out of 6,584,959 registered voters.  Full statistics and results can be viewed at the State Board of Elections website.

The Judicial races saw Bob Edmunds win the Associate  Justice race with just over 48% of the vote.  Edmunds and Moran both advance to the November ballot, but it seems likely Edmunds will prevail again due to his strong showing last night.

The Superior Court race was closer, with Rebecca Holt in the lead.

NC SUPREME COURT ASSOC JUSTICE
NAME ON BALLOT BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Robert H. (Bob) Edmunds 234142 48.06%
Michael R. (Mike) Morgan 167221 34.32%
Sabra Jean Faires 58588 12.03%
Daniel Robertson 27220 5.59%
NC SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE DIST 10C
NAME ON BALLOT BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Rebecca (Becky) Holt 5640 38.06%
Michael Denning 4205 28.38%
Hoyt Tessener 2589 17.47%
Karlene (K) Turrentine 1576 10.64%
Ronnie Ansley 807 5.45%

Here are the winners and losers in the Congressionals, starting with the most watched race, NC-02.  In that race, George Holding blew out Renee Ellmers. In fact, Ellmers barely stopped Dr. Greg Brannon from tossing her into last place.

Ellmers was endorsed by Donald Trump, who also made robo-calls for her. It didn’t help. Ellmers’ went down because of her back-stabbing of Pro-Life voters, shouting down of informed constituents who dared question her and her record of siding with Obama quite often.

All of that came to a head and when paired with running a nasty negative campaign against Holding, Ellmers got what she deserved: A Blow out.  Ellmers’ ‘mean girl’ election day comments to a Holding campaign volunteer about her weight and needing to  ‘lay off the BBQ’ probably didn’t help Ellmers either.

Holding now faces John McNeil in November. Turnout in the Democrat side of NC-02 was feeble and just over half  of the turn out on the Republican side (32,8146 R) (16,396 D).

That lopsided party turn out in favor of Republicans was also seen in other races. The only real exception being NC-12, which is a big Democrat area.

NC-02 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
George Holding REP 16999 53.38%
Renee Ellmers REP 7527 23.64%
Greg Brannon REP 7320 22.99%
NC-02 DEMOCRAT
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
John P. McNeil DEM 7564 46.13%
Jane Watson DEM 3847 23.46%
Steven E. Hight DEM 1856 11.32%
Ron Sanyal DEM 1749 10.67%
Elton R. Brewington DEM 1380 8.42%

NC-03: Walter Jones won  handily with 15,722 votes (64.83%). He faces Earnest Reeves who only pulled in 6,402 votes, beating his opponent by only 1,079 votes. The NC-03 race saw more than twice the number of Republicans come out to vote as Democrats (24,250 R, 11,725 D).

NC-03 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Walter B. Jones REP 15722 64.83%
Phil Law REP 4929 20.33%
Taylor Griffin REP 3599 14.84%
NC-03 DEMOCRAT
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Ernest T. Reeves DEM 6402 54.60%
David Allan Hurst DEM 5323 45.40%

NC-04: Sue Googe trounced Teiji Kimball. Good pulled in a whopping 71.37% of the vote with 10,841 votes to Kimball’s 4,349.

NC-04 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Sue Googe REP 10841 71.37%
Teiji Kimball REP 4349 28.63%

NC-05: Virginia Foxx keeps her seat, beating Pattie Curran by over 9,000 votes.  Foxx goes on to face Democrat Josh Brannon in November.

NC-05 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Virginia Foxx REP 17083 68.01%
Pattie Curran REP 8035 31.99%
NC-05 DEMOCRAT
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Josh Brannon DEM 7347 47.65%
Charlie Wallin DEM 4147 26.90%
Jim Roberts DEM 3925 25.46%

NC-06: Mark Walker creamed Chris Hardin.

NC-06 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
B. Mark Walker REP 16787 77.96%
Chris Hardin REP 4745 22.04%

NC-08: Richard Hudson squashed D’Annunzio with nearly double the number of votes.

NC-08 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Richard Hudson REP 16305 64.58%
Tim D’Annunzio REP 8943 35.42%

NC-09: Pittenger came back to win it, barely,  after being shoved into 3rd place at one point. Pittenger held on by just 146 votes.

NC-09 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Robert Pittenger REP 9268 34.96%
Mark Harris REP 9126 34.42%
Todd Johnson REP 8118 30.62%

Here are the rest of the races, including the NC-13 race that had 17 people running on the Republican side .  Ted Budd won NC-13 with close to double that of the 2nd place finisher, John Blust.  Budd will face Democrat Bruce Davis, who barely won with 112 more votes than the second place finisher. 31,529 votes were cast on the Republican side, versus 18,255 on the Democrat side.

NC-10-REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Patrick McHenry REP 14770 78.45%
Jeff Gregory REP 2268 12.05%
Jeffrey Baker REP 900 4.78%
Albert Lee Wiley, Jr. REP 889 4.72%
NC-11 DEMOCRAT
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Rick Bryson DEM 9636 50.75%
Tom Hill DEM 9351 49.25%
NC-12 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Leon Threatt REP 3481 41.79%
Paul Wright REP 2884 34.62%
Ryan Duffie REP 1965 23.59%
NC-12 DEMOCRAT
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Alma Adams DEM 12356 42.48%
Malcolm Graham DEM 8414 28.92%
Tricia Cotham DEM 6151 21.14%
Carla D. Cunningham DEM 1250 4.30%
Gardenia Henley DEM 441 1.52%
Rodney W. Moore DEM 243 0.84%
Rick Miller DEM 235 0.81%
NC -13 REPUBLICAN
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Ted Budd REP 6308 20.01%
John Blust REP 3293 10.44%
Hank Henning REP 3270 10.37%
Julia Craven Howard REP 3230 10.24%
Matthew J. McCall REP 2859 9.07%
Andrew C. Brock REP 2788 8.84%
Jason A. Walser REP 2309 7.32%
Dan Barrett REP 2284 7.24%
Harry Warren REP 1263 4.01%
Vernon Robinson REP 955 3.03%
Mrs. Kay Daly REP 882 2.80%
George Rouco REP 768 2.44%
Jim Snyder REP 434 1.38%
Farren K. Shoaf REP 402 1.28%
Chad A. Gant REP 197 0.62%
David W. Thompson REP 146 0.46%
Kathy Feather REP 141 0.45%
NC-013 DEMOCRAT
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Bruce Davis DEM 4694 25.71%
Bob Isner DEM 4582 25.10%
Adam Coker DEM 4098 22.45%
Mazie Ferguson DEM 2943 16.12%
Kevin D. Griffin DEM 1938 10.62%
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About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a Co-Founder and Managing Editor at American Lens. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina and is the founder of LadyLiberty1885.com. Her past writing can also be found at IJ review, Breitbart, FOX news, Da Tech Guy Blog, Heartland Institute, Civitas Institute and StopCommonCoreNC.org. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_
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2 Responses to NC Special June 2016 Primary Results – #ncpol

  1. Kim says:

    Whoever is heading up Trump’s NC organization and/or advising him on NC should be FIRED for supporting horrendous Ellmers! Trump will be well served to stay way far away from Obama enabler Burr as we head into November.

  2. BobLee Says says:

    From what I am reading re: morning-after comments, Renee is not exactly being “gracious” in defeat !! No surprise. Democs / media are trying to make a BFD about Trump’s endorsement “failing”. IMO, Ellmers’ negatives were numerous and well-known among “concerned voters” long before Trump’s 11th endorsement.

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