CARTERET COUNTY — The following is a list of results in Tuesday’s primary elections for the U.S. House race for North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District.

Those who are eligible to advance to a runoff election or who won their primary are noted in bold. The overall total is listed first, followed by Carteret County results in parenthesis.

Results are not official until canvass day, Friday, May 10.

The runoff election is set for Tuesday, July 9.

 

U.S. House, District 3, Republican Party:

  • Phil Law: 8.73%, 3,683 (9.99%, 665)
  • Michele Nix: 2.16%, 909 (1.56%, 104)
  • Michael Speciale: 9.51%, 4,009 (10.41%, 693)
  • Greg Murphy: 22.54%, 9,505 (19.72%, 1,313)
  • Gary Ceres: 0.25%, 107 (0.12%, 8)
  • Chimer Davis Clark Jr.: 2.58%, 1,087 (7.02%, 467)
  • Graham Boyd: 2.12%, 895 (0.89%, 59)
  • Celeste Cairns: 3.47%, 1,462 (4.91%, 327)
  • Phil Shepard: 12.05%, 5,082 (5.11%, 340)
  • Paul Beaumont: 1.84%, 776 (0.47%, 31)
  • Jeff Moore: 5.4%, 2,277 (13.02%, 867)
  • Joan Perry: 15.44%, 6,510 (11.91%, 793)
  • Kevin Baiko: 0.4%, 170 (0.41%, 27)
  • Francis X. De Luca: 3.95%, 1,664 (7.45%, 496)
  • Eric Rouse: 7.71%, 3,251 (6.64%, 442)
  • Don Cox: 0.6%, 251 (0.29%, 19)
  • Mike Payment: 1.27%, 537 (0.09%, 6)

 

U.S. House, District 3, Democratic Party:

  • Ike Johnson: 6.83%, 1,760 (4.47%, 114)
  • Dana E. Outlaw: 12.64%, 3,256 (10.71%, 273)
  • Richard Bew: 25.23%, 6,502 (45.96%, 1,171)
  • Ernest T. Reeves: 2.64%, 681 (1.45%, 37)
  • Gregory Humphrey: 2.66%, 686 (1.30%, 33)
  • Allen Thomas: 50%, 12,883 (36.11%, 920)

 

U.S. House, District 3, Constitutional Party:  

  • Greg Holt of New Bern (no primary held)

 

U.S. House, District 3, Libertarian Party:  

  • Shannon Bray: 43.61%, 58 (53.85%, 14)
  • Tim Harris: 56.39%, 75 (46.15%, 12)

 

This list is compiled by reporter Jackie Starkey with data from the Carteret County Board of Elections.

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David Collins

It would appear, based on these reported returns, that single payer healthcare is in our future. Like it or not. Battle of the giveaways shall commence with the real important issues relegated to the back bench. Again.

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