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These Endorsed Candidates Won Their Primaries

The following endorsed candidates won their primary races on Tuesday, March 4. Congrats from Equality NC!

NC House

Brian Farkas -- District 9

Marcia Morgan -- District 19

Abe Jones -- District 38

Kimberly Hardy -- District 43

Verla Insko -- District 56

Aimy Steele -- District 82

Ray Russell -- District 93

Becky Carney -- District 102


NC Senate

Sarah Crawford -- District 18

Natalie Murdock -- District 29

Mujtaba Mohammed -- District 38

Julie Mayfield -- District 49


CoS

Roy Cooper -- Governor 

Ronnie Chatterji -- Treasurer

Jen Mangrum -- Schools Superintendent

Jenna Wadsworth -- Commissioner of Agriculture 


US Congress

Deborah Ross -- US House District 2

David E. Price -- US House District 4

David Wilson Brown -- US House District 5

Cynthia Wallace -- US House District 9

Moe Davis -- US House District 11

Alma Adams -- US House District 12


Judicial

Jim Black -- NC District Court 10F Seat 3

Hathaway Pendergrass -- NC District Court 15B Seat 3

Carolina T. Pemberton -- Guilford District Court District 18 Seat 4 Court Judge 4

Aretha Blake -- Mecklenburg District Court District 26 Seat 2


Local

Durham

Wendy Jacobs -- Durham County Commissioner

Brenda Howerton -- Durham County Commissioner

Heidi Carter -- Durham County Commissioner

Nida Allam -- Durham County Commissioner


Orange County

Carrie Doyle -- Orange County School Board


Wake County

Sig Hutchinson -- Wake County Commissioner

Tammy Bruner -- Wake County Register of Deeds


Buncombe County

Terri Wells -- Buncombe County Commissioner, District 1

Parker Sloan -- Buncombe County Commissioner, District 3

Kim Roney -- Asheville City Council


Alamance County

Kristen Powers -- Alamance County Commissioner

Dreama Caldwell -- Alamance County Commissioner


Mecklenburg County

Leigh Altman -- Mecklenburg County Commissioner-At-Large

Pat Cotham -- Mecklenburg County Commissioner-At-Large


New Hanover County

Leslie Cohen -- New Hanover County Commissioner

 

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