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U.S. Senate

Senator Richard Burr
Senior Seat Republican
Senator Thomas Tillis
Junior Seat (Running) Republican
Cal Cunningham
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Democratic
Trevor Fuller
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Democratic
Atul Goel
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Democratic
Larry Holmquist
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican
Sharon Hudson
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican
Erica Smith
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Democratic
Steven Swenson
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Democratic
Paul Wright
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican

U.S. House

District 7
Representative David Rouzer
District 7 (Running) Republican
Robert Colon
District 7 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Mark Judson
District 7 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Christopher Ward
District 7 Challenger (Running) Democratic

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Governor

Governor Roy Cooper III
(Running) Democratic
Dan Forest
Challenger (Running) Republican
Holly Grange
Challenger (Running) Republican
Ernest Reeves
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Lieutenant Governor

Chaz Beasley
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Richard Bengel IV
Challenger (Running) Republican
Deborah Cochran
Challenger (Running) Republican
Renee Ellmers
Challenger (Running) Republican
Gregory Gebhardt
Challenger (Running) Republican
Yvonne Holley
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Mark Johnson, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Republican
Ron Newton
Challenger (Running) Democratic
John Ritter
Challenger (Running) Republican
Mark Robinson
Challenger (Running) Republican
Scott Stone
Challenger (Running) Republican
Allen Thomas, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Bill Toole
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Terry Van Duyn
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Andy Wells, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

State House

District 16
Representative Carson Smith, Jr.
District 16 Republican
District 18
Representative Deborah Butler
District 18 Democratic
District 22
Representative William Brisson
District 22 Republican

State Senate

District 8
Senator Bill Rabon
District 8 Republican
District 13
Senator Danny Britt, Jr.
District 13 Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Attorney General

Sam Hayes
Challenger (Running) Republican
Christine Mumma
Challenger (Running) Republican
James O'Neill
Challenger (Running) Republican

Secretary of State

Chad Brown
Challenger (Running) Republican
Michael LaPaglia
Challenger (Running) Republican
E.C. Sykes, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Republican

Auditor

Auditor Beth Wood
(Running) Democratic
Timothy Hoegemeyer
Challenger (Running) Republican
Anthony Street
Challenger (Running) Republican
Luis Toledo
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Controller

Secretary of Revenue

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

James Barrett, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Craig Horn
Challenger (Running) Republican
Constance Johnson
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Michael Maher
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Jen Mangrum
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Keith Sutton
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Catherine Truitt
Challenger (Running) Republican

Treasurer

Dimple Ajmera
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Aaron Chatterji
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Matt Leatherman
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Incumbents

Challengers

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

Associate Justice Mark Davis
(Running) Non-partisan
Tamara Barringer
Challenger (Running) Republican
Phil Berger, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Republican
Lucy Inman
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Chief Justice Cheri Beasley
(Running) Non-partisan
Paul Newby
Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

Commissioner

District 1 (Columbus County)
District 2 (Columbus County)
District 3 (Columbus County)
District 4 (Columbus County)
District 5 (Columbus County)
District 6 (Columbus County)
District 7 (Columbus County)

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Tar Heel State
  • Motto: Esse Quam Videri [To Be Rather than to Seem]
  • Area: 52,586 sq mi
  • Population: 9,752,073 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Raleigh
  • Statehood: Nov. 21, 1789 (12th of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
  • Highest Point: Mt. Mitchell, 6,684 ft
  • Lowest Point: sea level
  • Bird: Cardinal
  • Flower: Dogwood
  • Senators: 50
  • Representatives: 120
  • Electoral Votes: 15
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