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New Candidate for Soil & Water 2020 Primary

Beaufort County, North Carolina
Candidates for 2020 Primary
updated 06.18.2020
NC Senate     
3rd District     
NC HouseRepKeith KidwellChocowinity252.495.062112.02.2019
79th DistrictDemNick BlountChocowinity252.945.391812.13.2019
Reg of DeedsRepJennifer Leggett WhitehurstWashington252.946.232312.02.2019
Bd of CommDemJerry E. LangleyWashington252.623.858412.09.2019
DemDemJohn CarboneWashington919.452.441312.10.2019
Bd of CommRepJerry EvansWashington252.945.012112.02.2019
RepRepJohn RebholzChocowinity252.402.761712.02.2019
 RepGalen SwainPinetown252.626.095312.05.2019
 RepTandy Oliver DunnWashington252.341.982712.09.2019
 RepHood RichardsonWashington252.975.347212.12.2019
 RepGary W. BlountChocowinity252.945.364012.16.2019
 RepRandy WalkerWashington252.945.345312.19.2019
Bd of Ed 1DemEltha BoothWashington252.946.332512.05.2019
Bd of Ed 3RepTW AllenBelhaven252.943.148312.05.2019
Bd of Ed 5DemF. Mac HodgesWashington252.717.148812.16.2019
Bd of Ed 7RepCarolyn WalkerWashington252.975.345312.18.2019
Bd of Ed 9RepTerry DraperPinetown252.378.449312.16.2019
Soil & WaternonTracy WarrenChocowinity252.945.765406.09.2020
Soil & WaternonAdam PhilippsChocowinity252.916.949106.18.2020

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