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ELECTION RESULTS: Click Here For Primary Runoff Results

Fifteen primary runoff races were on the ballot in North Carolina today.

Voters in Eastern Carolina had five or six races on their ballots, depending on where they live.

Mattie Lawson won against Arthur Williams in the State House District 6 Republican runoff.

Dan Forest has been declared the winner of the NC Lieutenant Governor Republican runoff.

Mike Causey has been declared the winner of the NC Insurance Commissioner Republican runoff.

Mike Goodwin has been declared the winner of the NC Secretary of State Republican runoff.

John Brooks has been declared the winner of the NC Labor Commissioner Democratic runoff.

More Results:

NC Labor Commissioner Democratic
Marlowe Foster 26431
John Brooks 31216
100 out of 100 counties reporting

NC Lieutenant Governor Republican
Dan Forest 101428
Tony Gurley 47978
100 out of 100 counties reporting

NC Insurance Commissioner Republican
Richard Morgan 59910
Mike Causey 80704
100 out of 100 counties reporting

NC Secretary of State Republican
Kenn Gardner 62044
Ed Goodwin 74252
100 out of 100 counties reporting

NC Superintendent of Public Instruction Republican
John Tedesco 75366
Richard Alexander 63119
100 out of 100 counties reporting

Some voters in Beaufort, Dare, Hyde and Washington counties also cast their ballots on the following race:

State House District 6 Republican
Mattie Lawson 1512
Arthur Williams 741
4 out of 4 counties reporting

The results are not official until they are confirmed by the North Carolina Board of Elections.


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Turnout was light in Tuesday's runoff election here in Eastern Carolina.

There were five statewide runoff races in this second primary, and one local race.

In Pitt County by 10:00 a.m. just 337 people had made it to the polls. There are 106,837 registered voters in the county. One precinct, St. Gabriel's Church on Dickinson Avenue, has only had one voter. Four other precincts only had two voters.

Polls closed at 7:30 p.m.

We'll post the results in this story as well as bring them to you on WITN.


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Fifteen primary runoff races are scheduled today in North Carolina.

On the statewide front, there are five runoffs. They include four Republican races and one Democratic race.

Three Republican races are on ballots for U.S. House, two Republican races for State House and three Republican races for State Senate.
There is one Democratic runoff for State House and one Democratic runoff for State Senate.

In Eastern Carolina, voters will cast their ballots on five or six primary runoffs, depending on location.

Voters will cast their ballots on the following races:


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