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Election Results – How Davidson Voted

by | Nov 7, 2018 | News, Top Right Black Box

 

While you have likely seen election results, your News of Davidson team wanted to provide you with the specific data from voters in our town. But before we dive into the details, we want to congratulate Davidson’s own Natasha Marcus on her win in the N.C. Senate race. To the best of our knowledge, she was the only Davidson resident who was a candidate on your ballot.

Here are the results from how Davidson voters cast their ballots. Davidson has two precincts 127 and 206. On election day voters in 127 cast their ballots at Hopewell Baptist Church and voters in 206 cast ballots at Davidson Town Hall. In all, Davidson voters cast more than 6500 ballots – which reflects an impressive 55 percent midterm election turnout.  

Davidson voters were also like to vote early. The early voting numbers were: 4281 total: 1980 (precinct 127), and 2301 (precinct 206) – showing that fully two-thirds of voters opted to use early or absentee voting.

Here are the results (as of November 7), with the data provided in the same pattern as above:

Davidson total / Precinct 127 / Precinct 206 – and the overall election results at the end of the data.

 

U.S. House of Representatives

Alma Adams (D) – 3896 total, 1522 (127), 2374 (206) – overall winner

Paul Wright (R) – 2630 total, 1535 (127), 1095 (206)

 

N.C. State Senate – District 41

Natasha Marcus (D) – 3903 total, 1554 (127), 2349 (206) – overall winner

Jeff Tarte (R) – 2667 total, 1530 (127), 1137 (206)

 

N.C. House of Representatives – District 98

Christy Clark (D) – 3871 total, 1539 (127), 2332 (206) – projected overall winner

John R. Bradford III (R) – 2685 total, 1535 (127), 1150 (206)

 

District Attorney

Spencer Merriweather (D) – 4467 total, 1894 (127), 2573 (206) – overall winner

 

Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners – At Large (top 3)

Trevor M. Fuller (D) – 3853 total, 1547 (127), 2306 (206) – overall winner

Ella Scarborough (D) – 3767 total, 1512 (127), 2255 (206) – overall winner

Jeremy Brasch (R) – 2849 total, 1640 (127), 1209 (206)

Patricia (Pat) Cotham (D) – 4013 total, 1669 (127), 2344 (206) – overall winner

 

Board of Commissioners – District 1

Elaine Powell (D) – 3612 total, 1404 (127), 2216 (206) – overall winner

Jim Puckett (R) – 2876 total, 1644 (127), 1232 (206)

 

Clerk of Superior Court

Elisa Chinn Gary (D) – 4449 total, 1881 (127), 2568 (206) – overall winner

 

Mecklenburg County Sheriff

Garry L. McFadden (D) – 4391 total, 1883 (127), 2508 (206) – overall winner

 

N.C. Supreme Court Justice

Barbara Jackson (R) – 1922 total, 1087 (127), 835 (206)

Christopher (Chris) Anglin (R) – 885 (127), 515 (127), 370 (206)

Anita Earls (D) – 3652 total, 1416 (127), 2236 (206) – overall winner

 

N.C. Court of Appeals Judge – Seat 1

Andrew T. Heath (R) – 2638 total, 1539 (127), 1099 (206)

John S. Arrowood (D) – 3776 total, 1460 (127), 2316 (206) – overall winner

 

N.C. Court of Appeals Judge – Seat 2

Jefferson G. Griffin (R) – 1832 total, 1026 (127), 806 (206)

Tobias (Toby) Hampson (D) – 3554 total, 1352 (127), 2202 (206) – overall winner

Sandra Alice Ray (R) – 981 total, 596 (127), 385 (206)

 

N.C. Court of Appeals Judge – Seat 3

Chuck Kitchen (R) – 2493 total, 1411 (127), 1082 (206)

Michael Monaco Sr. (L) – 507 total, 270 (127), 237 (206)

Allegra Katherine Collins (D) – 3399 total, 1313 (127), 2086 (206) – overall winner

 

N.C. Superior Court Judge – District 26C

Reggie E. McKnight (D) – 2352 total, 780 (127), 1572 (206)

George Bell (R) – 2646 total, 1521 (127), 1125 (206) – overall winner

Howard L. Clark III (D) – 1395 total, 701 (127), 694 (206)

 

Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor (top 2)

Tigress Sydney Acute McDaniel – 489 total, 192 (127), 297 (206)

David Michael Rice – 1000 total, 533 (127), 467 (206)

Duncan David St Clair III – 649 total, 333 (127), 316 (206)

Lilly Taylor – 1283 total, 619 (127), 664 (206)

Barbara Bleiweis – 2106 total, 862 (127), 1244 (206) – overall winner

Nancy Carter – 2398 total, 1032 (127), 1366 (206) – overall winner

 

Statewide Constitutional Referenda

Protect Right to Hunt and Fish

For – 2782 total, 1556 (127), 1226 (206) – approved statewide

Against – 3636 total, 1450 (127), 2186 (206)

 

Strengthening Victims Rights

For – 3472 total, 1902 (127), 1570 (206) – approved statewide

Against – 2962 total, 1111 (127), 1851 (206)

 

Maximum Income Tax Rate of 7%

For – 3187 total, 1754 (127), 1383 (206) – approved statewide

Against – 3309 total, 1267 (127), 2042 (206)

 

Require Photo ID to Vote

For – 3037 total, 1762 (127), 1275 (206) – approved statewide

Against – 3516 total, 1311 (127), 2185 (206)

 

Nonpartisan Judicial Merit Commission

For – 1793 total, 1010 (127), 783 (206)

Against – 4556 total, 1956 (127), 2600 (206) – disapproved statewide

 

Bipartisan Board of Ethics and Elections

For – 2187 total, 1185 (127), 1002 (206)

Against – 4166 total, 1787 (127), 2379 (206) – disapproved statewide

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