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2004 North Carolina Presidential Caucus Results
Filing Deadline: 2/27/04, Presidential Caucus: 4/17/04, Presidential Primary: 5/4/04, Filing Deadline: 5/7/04, Presidential Filing Deadline: 7/6/04, Primary: 7/20/04, Run-Off: 8/17/04,
List of State Parties,
President, 56.0% in '00, 1st term, Polls,
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 51.1%,
U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D) 27.2%, U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D), 12.2% ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D) 5.7%, Rev. Alfred C. "Al" Sharpton (D) 3.3%, uncommitted 0.6%
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) Libertarian Party Nominee
Governor,
Mike Easley (D) 85.3%, businessman Rickey Kipfer (D) 14.7%, St. Sen. Patrick J. Ballantine (R) 30.4%, ex-Charlotte Mayor / 2000 Gov. nominee Richard Vinroot (R) 30.0%, ex-state party chair / ex-U.S. Rep. William W. "Bill" Cobey, Jr. (R) 26.6%, Co. Commission Chair / attorney Dan Barrett (R) 5.3%, St. Sen. Fern N. Shubert (R) 4.0%, businessman George W. Little (R) 3.7%, homeschooler/'96 Congressional nominee / '98 U.S. Senate nominee / '00 nominee Barbara Howe (L),
Lt. Governor,
Beverly Eaves Perdue (D), Curtis R. Hert, Jr. (D), '02 Senate candidate / attorney James E. "Jim" Snyder, Jr. (R) 50.8%, chemist / '02 Senate candidate Timothy "Tim" Cook (R) 27.1%, councilmember Thomas A. Stith, III (R) 22.1%, '00 Congressional nominee Christopher S. Cole (L),
Attorney General,
Roy A. Cooper III (D), attorney / ex-federal prosecutor Joe Knott (R) 41.3%, attorney Thomas C. "Thom" Goolsby (R) 38.0%, ex-St. Sen. Wendell H. Sawyer (R) 20.7%,
Secretary of State,
Elaine F. Marshall (D) 82.7%, Doris A. Sanders (D) 17.3%, corp. sales exex. Jay Rao (R),
Treasurer,
Richard H. Moore (D), attorney Edward A. "Ed" Meyer (R),
Auditor,
Ralph Campbell (D), '00 nominee / accountant / ex-Wake Co. Comm'r Leslie "Les" Merritt (R) 66.1%, Jasper N. Albright (R) 33.9%,
Agriculture Commissioner,
Interim Comm'r. W. Britt Cobb, Jr. (D) 51.4%, ex-St. Rep. / businessman Tom Gilmore (D) 48.6%, '00 nominee farmer Steve Troxler (R),
Insurance Commissioner,
Jim Long (D), ex-St. Rep. C. Robert Brawley (R) 57.9%, attorney Cindy C. Huntsberry (R) 42.1%,
Labor Commissioner,
St. Rep. G. Wayne Goodwin (D), Cherie Killian Berry (R) 64.8%, Lloyd T. Funderburk (R) 35.2%,
School Superintendent,
st. Dept. of Public Instrution official June S. Atkinson (D) 34.5%, St. Ag. Ed. Co-ordinator Marshall Stewart (D) 35.0%, state board of education official J. B. Buxton (D) 30.6%, Wake Co. Board of Ed. Chair Bill Fletcher (R) 59.1%, ex-prof. Jeanne J. Smoot (R) 40.9%,
Senator, Current Polls, John R. Edwards (D) running for Vice President
ex-White House Chief of Staff / '02 nominee Erskine B. Bowles (D), U.S. Rep. Richard M. Burr (R) 88.2%, graphic artist John Ross Hendrix (R) 7.5%, '00 Congressional candidate / '02 Democratic Senate candidate Albert Lee Wiley, Jr. (R) 4.3%, contractor Tom Bailey (L),
1st Congressional District, Frank W. Ballance, Jr. (D) resigned June 11, 2004 during 1st term, Special Election: 7/20/04,
Superior Court Judge G. K. Butterfield (D) 70.7%, security consultant / '02 nominee Greg Dority (R) 27.5%, teacher / 2002 State Senate candidate Tom Eisenmenger (L) 1.8%,
1st Congressional District, Frank W. Ballance, Jr. (D) resigned June 11, 2004
Superior Court Judge G. K. Butterfield (D) 71.3%, businessman / Elizabeth City Councilor / '02 candidate Sam Davis, III (D) 12.9%, '02 candidate prof. / Wilson City Board of Education member Christine L. Fitch (D) 6.7%, Don Davis 5.4%, Pasquotank City Comm'r. Darryl Smith (D) 3.6%, security consultant / '02 nominee Greg Dority (R) 80.8%, nurse Jerry N. Williford (R) 19.2%, teacher / 2002 State Senate candidate Tom Eisenmenger (L),
2nd Congressional District,
Bobby "Bob" Etheridge (D), St. Rep. Billy J. Creech (R) 80.1%, Robert Rogan (R) 19.9%,
3rd Congressional District,
asphalt plant assistant manager Roger A. Eaton (D), Walter B. Jones Jr. (R),
4th Congressional District,
David E. Price (D), businessman Todd A. Batchelor (R) 45.4%, attorney Robert E. "Whit" Whitfield (R) 31.4%, landscaper James C. Powers (R) 12.2%, '94 candidate Howard Mason (R) 10.9%,
5th Congressional District, Richard M. Burr (R) running for Senate, Polls,
Co. Comm'r. Jim A. Harrell, Jr. (D) 73.4%, university media relations official Roger N. Kirkman (D) 15.9%, car salesman / ex-marine Andrew Winfrey (D) 10.8%, Winston-Salem City Councilmember / '96 & '92 School Superintendent nominee Vernon L. Robinson (R) 23.6%, St. Sen. Virginia Foxx (R) 22.4%, businessman Ed Broyhill (R) 21.5%, businessman Jay Helvey (R) 14.5%, sales exec. / radio talk show host J. Nathan Tabor (R) 13.0%, ex-Wilkes Co. Comm'r. / probation officer Joseph H. "Joe" Byrd (R) 2.5%, lobbyist / ex-St. Rep. Edward L. "Ed" Powell (R) 1.7%, businessman David Stephen Vanhoy (R) 0.8%,
6th Congressional District,
William W. Jordan (D) 66.5%, Rick Miller (D) 33.5%, Howard Coble (R),
7th Congressional District,
Mike McIntyre (D), Ken Plonk (R),
8th Congressional District,
former "West Wing" crew member Beth Troutman (D) 72.0%, Green party activist Mark Ortiz (D) 28.0%, Robert C. "Robin" Hayes (R),
9th Congressional District,
photographer / ex-Navy NCO Jack Flynn (D), Sue Myrick (R),
10th Congressional District, T. Cass Ballenger (R) retiring
social worker Anne N. Fischer (D) 50.9%, ex-hospital supervisor / student John F. Cole (D) 49.1%, sheriff L. David Huffman (R) 35.3%, St. Rep. Patrick T. McHenry (R) 26.1%, ex-Corning Cable Systems Pres Sandy Lyons (R) 19.4%, businessman George A. Moretz (R) 19.1%,
11th Congressional District, Polls
Co. Comm'r. Patsy Keever (D) 80.7%, construction contractor Clyde Michael Morgan (D) 19.3%, Charles H. Taylor (R),
12th Congressional District,
Melvin "Mel" Watt (D) 85.1%, businesswomen / '02 candidate Kimberly Holley (D) 14.9%, Dr. / '02 Senate candidate Ada M. Fisher (R),
13th Congressional District,
Brad Miller (D), attorney Virginia Johnson (R) 55.5%, '02 candidate / NC Tobacco Growers Assoc. VP Graham Boyd (R) 44.5%,
Run Off Primary
School Superintendent, Michael "Mike" Ward (D) retiring,
st. Dept. of Public Instrution official June S. Atkinson (D) 54.9%, St. Ag. Ed. Co-ordinator Marshall Stewart (D) 45.1%, Wake Co. Board of Ed. Chair Bill Fletcher (R),
5th Congressional District, Richard M. Burr (R) running for Senate, Polls,
Co. Comm'r. Jim A. Harrell, Jr. (D), St. Sen. Virginia Foxx (R) 54.8%, Winston-Salem City Councilmember / '96 & '92 School Superintendent nominee Vernon L. Robinson (R) 45.2%,
10th Congressional District, T. Cass Ballenger (R) retiring after 9th term,
social worker Anne N. Fischer (D), St. Rep. Patrick T. McHenry (R) 50.2%, sheriff L. David Huffman (R) 49.8%,

1. Key to North Carolina Political Parties:
(3) = Third Party
(Pagan) = American Pagan Party
(AR) = American Reform Party
(Com) = Communist Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(IA) = Independent American Party
(I) = independent candidates
(Labor) = Labor Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(P) = Patriot Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party
(SL) = Socialist Labor Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(South) = Southern Party
(SIP) = Southern Independent Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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