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North Carolina Senate election, 2014

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North Carolina Senate election, 2014

← 2012 November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) 2016 →

All 50 seats in the North Carolina State Senate

  Majority party Minority party
 
Phil Berger.jpg
Dan Blue.jpg
Leader Philip E. Berger Daniel T. Blue Jr.
Party North Carolina Republican Party North Carolina Democratic Party
Leader's seat 26th-Rockingham 14th–Raleigh
Seats before 33 17
Seats after 34 16
Seat change Increase 1 Decrease 1

President pro tempore before election

Philip E. Berger
North Carolina Republican Party

President pro tempore-designate

Philip E. Berger
North Carolina Republican Party

The 2014 North Carolina State Senate elections selected members to serve in the North Carolina Senate for a two-year term commencing in January 2015. Going into the election, the Senate had 33 Republican and 17 Democratic members, which constituted a two-thirds super-majority for the Republican Party. Following the election, the Senate had 34 Republican and 16 Democratic members.

2014 North Carolina Senate General Election Candidates
* indicates incumbent
District Democrat Republican Third party
1 Stan White Bill Cook* -
2 Carroll Ipock II Norman W. Sanderson* -
3 Erica Smith-Ingram - -
4 Angela R. Bryant* Richard Scott -
5 Donald G. Davis* - -
6 - Harry Brown* -
7 Erik Anderson Louis M. Pate* -
8 Ernie Ward Bill Rabon* -
9 Elizabeth Redenbaugh Michael V. Lee -
10 Donald Rains Brent Jackson* -
11 - E.S. "Buck" Newton* -
12 Joe Langley Ronald J. Rabin* -
13 Jane W. Smith Bernard White, Jr. -
14 Dan Blue* - -
15 Tom Bradshaw John Alexander -
16 Josh Stein* Molotov Mitchell -
17 Bryan Fulghum Tamara Barringer* -
18 Sarah Crawford Chad Barefoot* -
19 William Richardson Wesley Meredith* -
20 Floyd McKissick, Jr.* - -
21 Ben Clark* - -
22 Mike Woodard* Herman Joubert -
23 Valerie Foushee* Mary Lopez-Carter -
24 Rick Gunn* - -
25 Gene McLaurin* Tom McInnis P.H. Dawkins
Libertarian Party
26 William E. Osborne Phil Berger* -
27 - Trudy Wade* -
28 Gladys A. Robinson* - -
29 Tommy Davis Jerry W. Tillman -
30 Eva Ingle Shirley Randleman* -
31 John K. Motsinger, Sr. Joyce Krawiec* -
32 Earline Parmon* - -
33 Stan Bingham* - -
34 Constance L. Johnson Andrew C. Brock* -
35 - Tommy Tucker* -
36 - Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr.* -
37 Jeff Jackson* - -
38 Joel Ford* Richard Rivette -
39 - Bob Rucho* -
40 Joyce Waddell - -
41 Latrice McRae Jeff Tarte* -
42 - Andy Wells Patrice (Pat) Hensley
Unaffiliated
43 - Kathryn Harrington* -
44 - David Curtis* -
45 Jim Sponenberg Dan Soucek* -
46 Emily Church Warren Daniel* -
47 - Ralph E. Hise* -
48 Rick Wood Tom Apodaca* -
49 Terry Van Duyn* Mark Crawford -
50 Jane Hipps Jim Davis* -

References

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