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Final Unofficial Results — Beaufort County

11/3/20 9:27 PMNo. Precints Reported21 of 21
General Election — November 3, 2020
County CommissionersVotesTreasurerVotes
Jerry E. Langley6,990Dale R. Folwell16,103
Hood Richardson5,589Ronnie Chatter9,314
John Rebholz4,431  
Randy Walker3,644NC Senate – Dist. 3 
Tandy Oliver Dunn2,993Thomas Hester15,996
John Carbone1,698Ernestine Bazemore9,297
U. S. President NC House – Dist. 79 
Donald Trump16,352Keith Kidwell16,133
Joseph Biden9,575Nick Blount9,256
U. S. Senate Soil and Water 
Thom Tillis15,385Adam Phillipps5,164
Cal Cunningham9,390Tracy Warren15,400
U. S. Representative Supreme Ct. – Chief Justice 
Greg Murphy16,654Paul Newby15,718
Daryl Farrow9,043Cheri Beasley9,861
N. C. Governor Supreme Ct. – Assoc. Justice 
Dan Forest15,627Phil Berger, Jr.15,900
Roy Cooper10,229Lucy lnman9,506
Lt. Governor Tamara Barringer15,636
Mark Robinson16,385Mark Davis9,605
Yvonne L Holley9,319  
Attorney General Court of Appeals 
Jim O’NeiI15,730April Wood15,970
Josh Stein9,893Tricia Shields9,297
Auditor Fred Gore15,856
Anthony Street15,087Lora Cubbage9,367
Beth A. Wood10,396  
  Chris Dillion15,991
Agriculture Gray Styers9,201
Steve Troxler16,667  
Jenna Wadsworth8,857Jeff Carpenter15,912
  Reuben Young9,238
Mike Causey15,945Jefferson Griffin15,818
Wayne Goodwiin9,471Chris Brook9,375
Josh Dobson15,712  
Jessica Holmes9,739  
Secretary of State   
E. C. Sykes15,213  
Elaine Marshall10,360  
Public Instruction   
Catherine Truitt15,980  
Jen Mangrum9,467  


Latest Bloodless Warfare: Politics

The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 23, 2021.
The Constitution Party and the Green Party are no longer recognized political parties in North Carolina.
The North Carolina Council on Health Care Coverage held its last meeting today to finalize principles to help guide Governor Roy Cooper and legislative leaders as they consider options to increase affordable and comprehensive health coverage for North Carolinians.
At the Request of President Biden, Acting Secretary of Education Will Extend Pause on Federal Student Loan Payments
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed William “Bill” Wolfe to serve as a Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 7C, serving Edgecombe and Wilson counties.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen visited a large-scale vaccine site at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Friday Conference Center to witness health care workers and North Carolinians over age 65 receive the COVID-19 vaccine.


Governor Roy Cooper announced today that the North Carolina Executive Mansion will be illuminated on January 19, 2021, at 5:30 PM in remembrance of the lives lost as in the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement in response to the impeachment vote in the House of Representatives
In 2021, county boards of elections across North Carolina will conduct several important and required processes designed to keep the state’s voter rolls accurate and up to date.
Governor Roy Cooper has mobilized approximately 550 North Carolina National Guardsmen to assist with upcoming security needs in Washington, DC and North Carolina.
Governor Roy Cooper has named retired Lieutenant General Walter Gaskin to lead the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
State Representative Keith Kidwell was officially sworn-in and seated on the House floor today to serve the people of House District 79, which includes Beaufort and Craven counties.
Governor Roy Cooper today announced two judicial appointments, one to the North Carolina Superior Court and one to the North Carolina District Court.
Transitions are a time for reflection, and a time for looking forward.


The Governor commended North Carolinians for their resiliency over the past four years, discussed moving forward as a unified state in Inaugural address
The front yard of the Executive Mansion was transformed into an outdoor sound stage for the ceremony.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced new appointments to boards and commissions across North Carolina.
The Governor and Council of State will take their oaths of office in a program on January 9th at 10AM
Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) released the following statement after being officially sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives for the 117th Congress.


Governor Roy Cooper today commented after a state Court of Appeals ruling in the M.E. v T.J. case that concerns whether individuals in a same-sex relationship can use Domestic Violence Protection Orders under state law to protect themselves from abusive partners.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 184, extending North Carolina’s evictions moratorium through January 31, 2021.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper appointed left wing political hack Darren Jackson to fill conservative jurist Phil Berger’s seat on the North Carolina Court of Appeals following his election to the Supreme Court.
No individual or political committee may contribute more than $5,600 to a candidate committee or political committee in any election.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that he has appointed North Carolina State Representative Darren Jackson to a seat on the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following comment following the passing of former Senate President Pro Tem Marc Basnight
North Carolina’s evictions moratorium will be extended through at least January 31


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