2016, November 8 – U.S. Representative, Dist. 10

North Carolina

ELECTION DAY votes from all counties.
Precincts added in order of number of votes.

Voters: 101,568   Precincts (polling places): 247   Average voters per precinct: 411   Votes in median precinct: 668


Statewide aggregated Republican margin percentage increase (deltaM): 2.4%
Statewide aggregated Republican margin vote increase (deltaMxV): 2,484
 

 
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Patrick McHenry (R): Percent of votes: 68.6%, Total votes: 69677 out of 101568
 

Andy Millard (D): Percent of votes: 31.4%, Total votes: 31891 out of 101568