More than 105,000 North Carolinians cast ballots Tuesday to decide 19 runoff contests across 37 counties. For the first time since 2006, no statewide race required a second primary.
Turnout was higher than any second primary over the past decade. One-stop early voting accounted for 23% of overall turnout. Polling places remained open throughout the day Tuesday, despite severe weather
The race to watch in Jackson County was the race for GOP Sheriff Candidate. Curtis Lambert received 129 votes and Jimmy Hodgins 106 votes. Lambert will be facing off against Democratic Chip Hall in November. Jackson County saw a low voter turn out for the run off race. There was a total of 239 votes cast or 1.57% of the 15,243 registered voters.