RALEIGH, NC (AP) — North Carolina voters have put the finishing touches on which Senate candidates will appear on the November ballot.
Four men advanced to the fall general elections through Tuesday’s primary runoff.
In the 44th State Senate District, Republican David Curtis defeated incumbent Chris Carney. Curtis will face Democrat Ross Bulla in the fall. Carney was the only incumbent senator involved in a runoff.
Ronald Rabin secured the Republican nomination in the state’s 12th State Senate District, beating back challenger Don Davis. Rabin will face Democrat Brad Salmon.
Democrat Robert B. Clark III beat Billy King in the 21st State Senate District. He faces no Republican challenger.
Jeff Tarte secured the 41st State Senate District and he also faces no November challenger. The redrawn Mecklenburg district drew a crowded GOP primary field.
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