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North Carolina Governor Candidates 2014

North Carolina Gubernatorial Deadlines

Primary: May 6, 2014

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NC Governor Candidates

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North Carolina candidates for governor will be having their Democrat and Republican gubernatorial primaries in 2014:

North Carolina Governor Candidates - Announced, Potential, and Rumored Gubernatorial Candidates

Republican and Democrat Candidates for North Carolina Gubernatorial Primary Election

Pat McCrory (R)
Kenneth Spaulding (D)
Roy Cooper (D)

North Carolina Candidates for Congress

North Carolina Congressional Candidates
NC Congressional Candidates 2014

District 1:
G.K. Butterfield (D)
Arthur Rich (R)

District 2:
Renee Ellmers (R)
Clay Aiken (D)

District 3:
Walter Jones Jr. (R)
Marshall Adame (D) 

District 4:
David Price (D)
Paul Wright (R)

District 5:
Virginia Foxx (R)
Josh Brannon (D)

District 6:
Mark Walker (R)
Laura Fjeld (D)

District 7:
Jonathan Barfield (D)
David Rouzer (R) 
J. Wesley Casteen (Libertarian)
Louis Harmati (Write-In)

District 8:
Richard Hudson (R)
Antonio Blue (D)

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

District 10:
Patrick McHenry (R)
Tate MacQueen (D)

District 11:
Mark Meadows (R)
Tom Hill (D)

District 12 - Special Election:
Alma Adams (D) 
Vince Coakley (R)

District 12:
Alma Adams (D)
Vince Coakley (R)

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

Recommended North Carolina Candidates

Conservative Candidates North Carolina 2014

Republicans and independents who choose to vote in the May 8 primary will see a stark contrast between polished, slick Pantano of Wilmington, a former Marine who covets the national stage and has latched on to illegal immigration as his wedge issue, and Rouzer, a state senator from Johnston County who has less flash but more experience in actual governance. The third candidate, Randy Crow of Bladen County, is merely a distraction.
Who is more “conservative”? Who better aligns with Republican Party ideals? And who has the better chance of beating McIntyre in November? Those three points are what voters will consider as they head to the polls.
The StarNews Editorial Board will make no recommendation in this or any other primary race (although we will do so in the general election and on the ballot issue on same-sex unions), but we will comment on the horse races and the issues. The truth is, neither can be labeled liberal, although Pantano likes to paint Rouzer as a political insider who wants to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants and doesn’t deserve to call himself a conservative.
8th District: Robinson Endorsed by Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Tea Party Nation, We the People, Bill Cochrane member of Moore County Tea Citizens, Minutemen PAC,Can-Do Conservatives, The New Generation (who endorse only those candidates who stand up for clear conservative values and who stand up against corruption and dishonesty,
Two Additional Candidates in the 8th District:
Fred Steen
Richard Hudson
9th District:
Two Republicans running for Congress in the 9th District have waded into the debate over North Carolina’s marriage amendment – from opposite sides.
Edwin Peacock III unveiled a campaign video Tuesday calling the amendment “another unnecessary government hurdle that is bad for business.” He has underscored his opposition in a fundraising letter.
Meanwhile, Robert Pittenger promised to “continue to defend the sanctity of marriage” in his own online video:
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North Carolina History. What every North Carolina Governor Candidate should know:

North Carolina is a state located in the Southeastern United States. The state borders South Carolina and Georgia to the south, Tennessee to the west and Virginia to the north. North Carolina contains 100 counties. Its capital is Raleigh, and its largest city is Charlotte. In the past five decades, North Carolina's economy has undergone a transition from reliance upon tobacco and furniture to a more diversified economy with an emphasis on engineering, biotechnology, and finance.

North Carolina has a wide range of elevations, from sea level on the coast to 6,684 feet at Mt. Mitchell, the highest point in the Eastern US. The coastal plains are strongly influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. Most of the state falls in the humid subtropical climate zone. More than 300 miles from the coast, the western, mountainous part of the state has a subtropical highland climate.

Between 2008 and 2009, North Carolina was the eighth-fastest growing state by population in the United States, and the fastest growing state east of the Mississippi River.

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