North Carolina Candidates for Governor



North Carolina Candidates for Governor and Congress and other Offices
NC Governor Candidates
North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidates 2014


State Primary: May 6, 2014

North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidates 2014 Democrat and Republican

Pat McCrory (R)
Kenneth Spaulding (D)

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North Carolina Candidates for Congress

North Carolina Congress Candidates
North Carolina Congressional Candidates 2014

See list of North Carolina candidates for Congress for the 2014 election.

District 1:
G.K. Butterfield (D)

District 2:
Renee Ellmers (R)
Frank Roche (R)
Clay Aiken (D)
Houston Barnes (D) 
Keith Crisco (D) 

District 3:
Walter Jones Jr. (R)
Scott Dacey (R)
Taylor Griffin (R) 
Michael Malagisi (R)
Marshall Adame (D) 
Jason Thigpen (D) 

District 4:
David Price (D)
George Hutchins (R) - Tea Party Activist

District 5:
Virginia Foxx (R)

District 6:
Phil Berger Jr. (R) 
Mike Causey (R) 
Dan Collison (R) 
Tom Manning (R) 
Zack Matheny (R) 
Charlie Sutherland (R) 
Bruce VonCannon (R)
Bradley Walker (R)
Don Webb (R) 
Bill Wright (R) 
Billy Yow (R)
Danielle Adams (D) 
Laura Fjeld (D) 
Tony Foriest (D)

District 7:
Jonathan Barfield (D) 
David Rouzer (R) 
Woody White (R)

District 8:
Richard Hudson (R)
Larry Kissell (D)

District 9:
Robert Pittenger (R)
Shawn Eckles (Independent) 

District 10:
Patrick McHenry (R)
Richard Lynch (R) 
Terry Bellamy (D) 

District 11:
Mark Meadows (R)
J.T. Ritch (Libertarian) 

Alma Adams (D) 
George Battle III (D) 
Marcus Brandon (D)
Beverly Earle (D) 
Malcolm Graham (D) 
James Mitchell (D) 
Rodney Moore (D) 
Curtis Osborne (D)

District 13:
George Holding (R)
Brenda Cleary (D)

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History of North Carolina. Information that every North Carolina Election Candidate for Governor Should Know.

One of the original 13 colonies, North Carolina was the first state to instruct its delegates to vote for independence from the British crown during the Continental Congress. Following the Revolutionary War, North Carolina developed an extensive slave plantation system and became a major exporter of cotton and tobacco, although the slave population remained relatively small compared to that of other southern states. In 1861, North Carolina became one of 11 states to secede from the United States, beginning the American Civil War. Despite no major battles being fought in the state, North Carolina sent more recruits to fight for the Confederacy than any other rebel state. In 1903, the state became the site of the first manned self-propelled airplane flight when the Wright brothers took off from a cliff near Kitty Hawk.


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