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1986 North Carolina Congressional Results
Key to Party Identification
Senator
Terry Sanford (D) James T. "Jim" Broyhill (R)
1st Congressional District
Walter B. Jones (D) Howard D. Moye (R)
2nd Congressional District
I. T. "Tim" Valentine (D) Bud McElhaney (R)
3rd Congressional District
H. Martin Lancaster (D) Gerald B. Hurst (R)
4th Congressional District
David E. Price (D) Willaim W. "Bill" Cobey, Jr. (R)
5th Congressional District
Stephen L. "Steve" Neal (D) Stuart "Stu" Epperson (R)
6th Congressional District
Robin Britt (D) Howard Coble (R)
7th Congressional District
Charlie G. Rose, III (D) Thomas J. Harrelson (R)
8th Congressional District
W. G. "Bill" Hefner (D) William G. Hamby, Jr. (R)
9th Congressional District
D. G. Martin (D) J. Alex McMillan (R)
10th Congressional District
Lester D. "Les" Roark (D) T. Cass Ballenger (R)
11th Congressional District
James McClure Clarke (D) William M. Hendon (R)

1. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(R) = Republican Party


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