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General election results 2014

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UPDATE: (10:08 a.m. 11/5/14): The unofficial statewide results for the general election are as follows:

 

Partisan officers:

 

U.S. Senate: Thom Tillis, R 48.87%

U.S. House of Representatives District 5: Virginia Foxx, R 61.03%

NC State Senate District 45: Dan Soucek, R 60.21%

NC House of Representatives District 93: Jonathan C. Jordan, R 53.10%

 

Nonpartisan offices:

 

NC Supreme Court Chief Justice: Mark Martin 72.28%

NC Supreme Court Associate Justices: Sam J. Ervin IV 52.58 , Robin Hudson 52.43%, Cheri Beasley  50.07%

NC Court of Appeals Judges: John M. Tyson 23.87%, Lucy Inman 51.89%, Donna Stroud 100%, Mark Davis 58.75%

NC District Court Judge District 24: Warren Hughes 100%

 

 

17,828 ballots were cast in the Watauga County 2014 general election and the unofficial results are in. The county voted as follows:

 

Partisan officers:

 

U.S. Senate: Thom Tillis, R 49.14%

U.S. House of Representatives District 5: Virginia Foxx, R 50.56%

NC State Senate District 45: Dan Soucek, R 51.24%

NC House of Representatives District 93: Jonathan C. Jordan, R 50.23%

District Attorney District 24: Seth Banks, R 100%

Board of County Commissioners District 3: Billy Kennedy, D 51.64%

Board of County Commissioners District 4: David Blust, R 51.72%

Board of County Commissioners District 5: Jimmy Hodges, R 53.49%

County Clerk of Superior Court: Diane Cornett Deal, D 100%

County Sheriff: Len Hagaman, D 56.69%

 

Nonpartisan offices:

 

NC Supreme Court Chief Justice: Mark Martin 53.65%

NC Supreme Court Associate Justices: Sam J. Ervin IV 53.65%, Eric Levinson 50.44%, Mike Robinson 50.68%,

NC Court of Appeals Judges: Donna Stroud 100%, Lucy Inman 50.60%, John S. Arrowood 28.57%, Mark Davis 53.42%

NC District Court Judge District 24: Warren Hughes 100%

County Board of Education: Jason K. Cornett 19.13%, Jay Fenwick, 18.66%, Ron Henries, 16.99%

Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors: Al Childers 95.23%

 

Referenda:
NC Constitutional Amendment: Against 79.34%

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