Skip to comments.LIVE THREAD - North Carolina Results
Posted on 11/02/2010 4:54:45 PM PDT by MitchellC
I'll try to keep up with the results as they come out.
The big races:
SENATE- Richard Burr (R) (inc) v Elaine Marshall (D)
US House 2- Bob Etheridge (D) (inc) v Renee Ellmers (R)
US House 7- Mike McIntyre (D) (inc) v Ilario Pantano (R)
US House 8- Larry Kissell (D) (inc) v Harold Johnson (R)
US House 11- Heath Shuler (D) (inc) v Jeff Miller (R)
Republicans are expected to do very well in local races, and Dem pollsters PPP believe we will pick up both chambers of the state legislature.
Go Jeff Miller
Price and Lawson neck and neck early in NC 4. Oh man, if Lawson can pull this off in the bluest damn county in the entire state...
Richard Burr (R) 9,602 72%
E. Marshall (D) 3,408 26%
Michael Beitler (L) 270 2
from your post to God’s eyes...
I’d love to see it, but the machine works hard for Price.
“Go Jeff Miller”. Amen Brother!
Yeah, Durham will probably report last so they know how many votes to find.
A victorious Lawson would be awesome!!
I have never seen one Price vote I agree with....he is my representative....he does not represent me ever on any issue......aaarrrrrghghghghhhhhhh
The national conservative money went to NC11, NC2, NC8, NC7, as these are very competitive. I heard National Right to Life ads for Ellmers over Etheridge in NC-2.
I think if Lawson and Randall (over Miller) had national money that these would be competitive this year as well.
Go Jeff Miller! Third time’s a charm.
I am getting Burr a shoe in. Pantano winning in the local paper results but not the NC elections site.
Dem counties must be reporting first. Pantano was up in the polls.
Last update I saw showed Lawson slightly ahead. I can’t stand it!
US House District 4B.J. Lawson 51%
David Price (i) 49%
(Precincts: 11% reporting
wonder which areas have reported and which are still outstanding?
Burr is a winner and looks good for Pantano-7
U.S. House District 7
19 of 19 precincts reporting
Mike McIntyre 3,944 43.4%
Ilario Gregory Pantano 5,141 56.6%
That's been pretty clear for quite a while now.
I'm hoping to see Bert Jones hold on in his race.
D 50% 154,143
R 49% 150,225
cities (liberal areas) normally report before rural (conservative) areas...except this time there was so much early voting maybe doesn’t hold?
R and D next to name would help - Shuler is losing ???
See the top of the thread - these results are very, very early. Only handfuls of precincts reporting so far.