Joe Biden may have won North Carolina’s Democratic presidential essential, however a lion’s share of Buncombe County voters upheld Bernie Sanders.
Informal outcomes show Sanders catching right around 38 percent of the vote with 23,227 polling forms. Biden completed second with 15,433 votes, trailed by Elizabeth Warren with 10,582 and Michael Bloomberg gathering 4,901.
In the Democratic essential for U.S. Senate, Buncombe County voters cast 33,127 polling forms for Cal Cunningham, who got 58.04 percent of the vote. Erica D. Smith was next with 18,618 votes.
In the race for the U.S. Senate, Thom Tillis (14,520 votes) was the staggering most loved with Buncombe County voters, gathering 77.32 percent of voting forms cast. Larry Holmquist (1,501), Paul Wright (1,471) and Sharon Y. Hudson (1,288) followed.
In the Democratic race for the U.S. Place of Representatives District 11, Moe Davis (27,791 votes) got 49.11 percent of the vote. Gina Collias (13,173 votes), Michael O’Shea (7,176), Phillip G. Value (4,920) and Steve Woodsmall (3,528) followed.
In the Republican race for the U.S. Place of Representatives District 11, Buncombe County voters supported Madison Cawthorn (4,705 votes), trailed by Lynda Bennett (4,629), Chuck Archerd (3,027) and Jim Davis (2,069).
In the Democratic race for senator, occupant Roy Cooper (53,512 votes) gathered an incredible 90.57 percent of the vote in Buncombe County. Ernest T. Reeves gathered 5,572 votes.
In the Republican race for senator, Buncombe County voters upheld Dan Forest (15,798 votes) trailed by Holly Grange (2,655).
Terry Van Duyn (35,752 votes) was the staggering most loved in the Democratic race for lieutenant senator. She was trailed by Yvonne Lewis Holley (9,287) and Chaz Beasley (3,461).
In the Republican race for lieutenant senator, Buncombe County voters went Mark Robinson (5,785 votes), trailed by Andy Wells (3,232) and Mark Johnson (2,109).
In the Democratic race for the N.C. State Senate District 48 seat, Buncombe County voters picked Brian Caskey (3,582 votes), trailed by Cristal Figueroa (2,921) and Najah Underwood (1,445).
In the Democratic race for the N.C. State Senate District 49 seat, Julie Mayfield (31,910 votes) overpowered the field, accepting 67.54 percent of polling forms cast. Ben Scales (8,790) and Travis Smith (6,544) followed.