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Primary election date:
May 8, 2013
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Ballotpedia's 2012 General Election Review Articles: North Carolina State Executive Officials

By Greg Janetka

Portal:State Executive Officials

Raleigh, North Carolina: Ten state executive positions were up for election this year in the state of North Carolina. Gov. Bev Perdue (D) chose not to seek re-election while Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton (D) made a play for her open seat. The other eight incumbents all ran for, and won, re-election on November 6, 2012.

Here are the candidates who won election.[1]

Office Incumbent General Election Candidates 2014 Winner Partisan Switch?
Governor Bev Perdue
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Democratic Party Walter Dalton
Republican Party Pat McCrory
Libertarian Party Barbara Howe
Pat McCrory Yes
Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton
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Democratic Party Linda Coleman
Republican Party Dan Forest
Dan Forest Yes
Secretary of State Elaine Marshall
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Democratic PartyElaine Marshall
Republican Party Ed Goodwin
Elaine Marshall No
Attorney General Roy Cooper
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Democratic PartyRoy Cooper Roy Cooper No
Treasurer Janet Cowell
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Democratic PartyJanet Cowell
Republican Party Steve Royal
Janet Cowell No
Auditor Beth Wood
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Democratic PartyBeth Wood
Republican PartyDebra Goldman
Beth Wood No
Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson
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Democratic PartyJune Atkinson
Republican PartyJohn Tedesco
June Atkinson No
Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler
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Democratic Party Walter Smith
Republican Party Steve Troxler
Steve Troxler No
Commissioner of Insurance Wayne Goodwin
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Democratic Party Wayne Goodwin
Republican PartyMike Causey
Wayne Goodwin No
Commissioner of Labor Cherie Berry
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Democratic PartyJohn C. Brooks
Republican PartyCherie Berry
Cherie Berry No


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North Carolina Government

State executives
GovernorLieutenant GovernorAttorney GeneralSecretary of StateTreasurerState AuditorSuperintendent of Public InstructionCommissioner of InsuranceCommissioner of AgricultureSecretary of Environment and Natural ResourcesCommissioner of LaborChairman of Utilities

State legislature
General AssemblyHouse of RepresentativesSenate

Other
ConstitutionSupreme Court


North Carolina Counties
AlamanceAlexanderAlleghanyAnsonAsheAveryBeaufortBertieBladenBrunswickBuncombeBurkeCabarrusCaldwellCamdenCarteretCaswellCatawbaChathamCherokeeChowanClayClevelandColumbusCravenCumberlandCurrituckDareDavidsonDavieDuplinDurhamEdgecombeForsythFranklinGastonGatesGrahamGranvilleGreeneGuilfordHalifaxHarnettHaywoodHendersonHertfordHokeHydeIredellJacksonJohnstonJonesLeeLenoirLincolnMaconMadisonMartinMcDowellMecklenburgMitchellMontgomeryMooreNashNew HanoverNorthamptonOnslowOrangePamlicoPasquotankPenderPerquimansPersonPittPolkRandolphRichmondRobesonRockinghamRowanRutherfordSampsonScotlandStanlyStokesSurrySwainTransylvaniaTyrrellUnionVanceWakeWarrenWashingtonWataugaWayneWilkesWilsonYadkinYancey

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North Carolinians can vote on...

Statutes from citizens
Prohibited
Vetoing legislation by referendum
Prohibited
Recalling officials
Prohibited








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