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Mayor Of Charlotte
The office of the MAYOR OF CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA is currently held by Democrat Vi Lyles , who took office in December 2017 after defeating Republican Kenny Smith in the November election. The office was established in 1853, when William F. Davidson was elected to serve as intendent. In 1861, the title was changed from intendent to mayor. Below is a list of people who have served as the mayor of Charlotte. Charlotte mayors serve two-year terms and elections take place in off-years . The longest serving mayor is Pat McCrory
Pat McCrory
, who served from 1995–2009. CONTENTS * 1 List of mayors of Charlotte * 2 See also * 3 References * 4 External links LIST OF MAYORS OF CHARLOTTE MAYOR TERM POLITICAL PARTY NOTES William F. Davidson 1853–1857 - David Parks 1857–1859 - Jennings B. Kerr 1859–1861 - William A. Owens 1861–1862 - Resigned after one month in order to command a Confederate regiment
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 1966
Mike Mansfield
Mike Mansfield
Democratic ELECTED MAJORITY LEADER Mike Mansfield
Mike Mansfield
Democratic The UNITED STATES SENATE ELECTIONS, 1966 was an election on November 8, 1966 for the United States
United States
Senate which occurred midway through the second (only full) term of President Lyndon B. Johnson
Lyndon B. Johnson
. With divisions in the Democratic base over the Vietnam War
Vietnam War
, and with the traditional mid-term advantage of the party not holding the presidency, the Republicans took three Democratic seats. Despite Republican gains, the balance remained overwhelmingly in favor of the Democrats, who retained a 64–36 majority
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 1962
Mike Mansfield
Mike Mansfield
Democratic ELECTED MAJORITY LEADER Mike Mansfield
Mike Mansfield
Democratic The UNITED STATES SENATE ELECTIONS, 1962 was an election for the United States
United States
Senate which was held in the middle of President John F. Kennedy 's term. His Democratic Party made a net gain of three seats from the Republicans , increasing their control of the Senate. Both Republican-held senate seats in New Hampshire were up on election day due to a special election. The appointee lost election to a full term to the Democratic challenger while the incumbent Republican was reelected. As such, this is the last time that one of a state's two senate seats, both up on election day, that were held by the same party changed parties
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 1968
Sam Ervin Democratic ELECTED U.S. SENATORSam Ervin Democratic The NORTH CAROLINA UNITED STATES SENATE ELECTION OF 1968 was held on 5 November 1968 as part of the nationwide elections to the Senate . The general election was fought between the Democratic incumbent Sam Ervin and the Republican nominee Robert Somers. Ervin won re-election to a third full term, with over 60% of the vote. CONTENTS* 1 Primaries * 1.1 Democratic primary * 1.2 Republican primary * 2 Results * 3 Footnotes PRIMARIESDEMOCRATIC PRIMARYThe first round of the 1968 North Carolina Primary Election was held on 4 May. The runoff for the Republican Party candidates took place on June 1. 1968 North Carolina U.S. Senate Democratic primary election PARTY CANDIDATE VOTES % ± Democratic SAM ERVIN 499,392 82.12% Democratic Charles Pratt 60,362 9.90% Democratic John Gathings 48,357 7.95% TURNOUT 608,111REPUBLICAN PRIMARY 1968 North Carolina U.S
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 1972
B. Everett Jordan Democratic ELECTED SENATORJesse Helms Republican The NORTH CAROLINA UNITED STATES SENATE ELECTION OF 1972 was held on 7 November 1972 as part of the nationwide elections to the Senate , and coinciding with the 1972 presidential election . The general election was fought between the Republican nominee Jesse Helms and the Democrat nominee Rep. Nick Galifianakis . Helms won the election, taking a Senate seat in North Carolina from the Democrats for the first time in the twentieth century. Three-term Representative Nick Galifianakis defeated two-term incumbent Senator B. Everett Jordan in the second ballot in the Democratic primary. Galifianakis was seen as an anti-establishment liberal in North Carolina; although an opponent of busing , Galifianakis was not as conservative as the segregationist Jordan
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 1974
Sam Ervin Democratic ELECTED U.S. SENATORRobert Morgan Democratic The North Carolina United States Senate election of 1974 was held on November 5, 1974 as part of the nationwide elections to the Senate . Incumbent Democrat, Sam Ervin , chose to retire. The general election was fought between the Democratic nominee Robert Morgan and the Republican nominee William Stevens. CONTENTS* 1 Primaries * 1.1 Democratic primary * 1.2 Republican primary * 2 Results * 3 See also * 4 References PRIMARIESDEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 1974 North Carolina U.S. Senate Democratic primary election PARTY CANDIDATE VOTES % ± Democratic ROBERT MORGAN 294,986 50.40% N/A Democratic Nick Galifianakis 189,815 32.43% N/A Democratic Henry Wilson 67,247 11.49% N/A Democratic James Johnson 6,138 1.05% N/A Democratic Others 27,140 4.64% N/A TURNOUT 585,326REPUBLICAN PRIMARY 1974 North Carolina U.S
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 1960
B. Everett Jordan Democratic ELECTED SENATOR B. Everett Jordan Democratic The NORTH CAROLINA UNITED STATES SENATE ELECTION OF 1960 was held on 8 November 1960 as part of the nationwide elections to the Senate . The general election was fought between the Democratic incumbent, B. Everett Jordan , and the Republican nominee, Wilkes County attorney and 1956 Republican gubernatorial nominee Kyle Hayes . It was Jordan's first election to a full term, as he had been elected in a 1958 special election to complete the term of Kerr Scott , who had died in office. The simultaneous victories of Jordan, gubernatorial nominee Terry Sanford and presidential nominee John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy
marked the last time Democrats won all three top contests in North Carolina on the same day until 2008
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United States Presidential Election In North Carolina, 2016
TRUMP 40-50% 50-60% 60-70% 70-80% CLINTON 40-50% 50-60% 60-70% 70-80% ------------------------- Results by county showing number of votes by size and candidates by color ------------------------- PRESIDENT BEFORE ELECTION Barack Obama
Barack Obama
Democratic ELECTED PRESIDENT Donald Trump
Donald Trump
Republican Treemap of the popular vote by county
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United States Presidential Election In North Carolina, 2000
Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton
Democratic ELECTED PRESIDENT George W. Bush
George W

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United States Presidential Election In North Carolina, 2004
BUSH 40-50% 50-60% 60-70% 70-80% KERRY 40-50% 50-60% 60-70% ------------------------- PRESIDENT BEFORE ELECTION George W. Bush
George W. Bush
Republican ELECTED PRESIDENT George W. Bush
George W. Bush
Republican The 2004 UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN NORTH CAROLINA took place on November 2, 2004 throughout all 50 states and D.C. , which was part of the 2004 United States presidential election . Voters chose 15 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College , who voted for President
President
and Vice President
President
. NORTH CAROLINA was won by incumbent President
President
George W. Bush
George W. Bush
by a 12.4% margin of victory. Prior to the election, all 12 news organizations considered this a state Bush would win, or otherwise considered as a red state
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United States Presidential Election In North Carolina, 2008
OBAMA 50-60% 60-70% 70-80% MCCAIN 40-50% 50-60% 60-70% 70-80% ------------------------- PRESIDENT BEFORE ELECTION George W. Bush
George W

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United States Presidential Election In North Carolina, 2012
ROMNEY 40-50% 50-60% 60-70% 70-80% OBAMA 50-60% 60-70% 70-80% ------------------------- PRESIDENT BEFORE ELECTION Barack Obama
Barack Obama
Democratic ELECTED PRESIDENTBarack Obama Democratic The 2012 UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN NORTH CAROLINA took place on November 6, 2012 as part of the 2012 General Election in which all 50 states plus The District of Columbia participated. North Carolina voters chose 15 electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote pitting incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama
Barack Obama
and his running mate, Vice President Joe Biden
Joe Biden
, against Republican challenger and former Massachusetts
Massachusetts
Governor Mitt Romney and his running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 1978
Jesse Helms Republican ELECTED U.S. SENATORJesse Helms Republican The NORTH CAROLINA UNITED STATES SENATE ELECTION OF 1978 was held on November 7, 1978 as part of the nationwide elections to the Senate . The general election was fought between the Republican incumbent Jesse Helms and the Democrat nominee John Ingram . Helms won re-election, by a slightly wider margin than in 1972 . CONTENTS* 1 Primaries * 1.1 Democratic primary * 1.2 Republican primary * 2 Result * 3 See also * 4 References PRIMARIESDEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 1978 North Carolina U.S. Senate Democratic primary election – First round PARTY CANDIDATE VOTES % DEMOCRATIC LUTHER H. HODGES, JR
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United States Senate Election In North Carolina, 2002
Jesse Helms Republican ELECTED SENATORElizabeth Dole Republican ELECTIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA Federal government PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS * 1792 * 1796 * 1800 * 1804 * 1808 * 1812 * 1816 * 1820 * 1824 * 1828 * 1832 * 1836 * 1840 * 1844 * 1848 * 1852 * 1856 * 1860 * 1868 * 1872 * 1876 * 1880 * 1884 * 1888 * 1892 * 1896 * 1900 * 1904 * 1908 * 1912 * 1916 * 1920 * 1924 * 1928 * 1932 * 1936 * 1940 * 1944 * 1948 * 1952 * 1956 * 1960 * 1964 * 1968 * 1972 * 1976 * 1980 * 1984 * 1988 * 1992 * 1996 * 2000 * 2004 * 2008 * 2012 * 2016 UNITED STATES SENATE ELECTIONS * 1960 * 1962 * 1966 * 1968 * 1972 * 1974 * 1978 * 1980 * 1984 * 1986 * 1990 * 1992 * 1996 * 1998 * 2002 * 2004 * 2008 * 2010 * 2014 * 2016 UNITED STATES HOUSE ELECTIONS * 1992 * 1994 * 1996 * 1998
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