RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Voters in three dozen North Carolina counties are choosing their party's nominees in a second round of primary elections, mostly for local races including district attorneys, county commissioners and sheriffs.
Most counties with a partisan contest on Tuesday' have just one on the ballot.
The most prominent contest is between Baptist minister Mark Walker of Greensboro and Phil Berger Jr., the Rockingham County district attorney and son of powerful state Senate leader Phil Berger. The winner will be heavily favored against Democrat Laura Fjeld in November. The winner replaces 30-year GOP incumbent Rep. Howard Coble.
Democrats in the 5th Congressional District that runs from the Winston-Salem suburbs to the Tennessee border choose either software developer Josh Brannon or retired federal employee Gardenia Henley. The winner faces Republican incumbent Virginia Foxx.