Rowan County 2022 unofficial primary results

Published 6:51 pm Tuesday, May 17, 2022

With polls closed, Rowan County voters have made their picks in a primary election in which six local races have been decided due to a lack of Democrats running.

District attorney, Superior Court judge, two District Court judge seats, N.C. House District 83 and clerk of Superior Court were all determined by Tuesday’s vote. The candidate fields for Rowan County Sheriff and Board of Commissioners have been narrowed down for the general election on Nov. 8.

Unofficial results for local competitive races:

 

With 41 of 41 precincts reporting

Sheriff

Republican:

Travis Allen 5,082 32.78%
Mike Caskey 3,445 22.22%
Tommie Cato 2,584 16.67%
Greg Hannold 2,433 15.69%
Brad Potts 1,523 9.82%
Thomas J. (Jack) Eller 437 2.82%

Democrat:

Carlton Killian 2,206 61.23%
Simon Brown 1,397 38.77%

District Attorney 

Brandy Cook REP 9,028 61.07%
Paxton Butler REP 5,754 38.93%

Board of Commissioners (vote for 3)

Republican:

Greg Edds 10,458 26.58%
Jim Greene 9,513 24.18%
Judy Klusman 6,871 17.47%
Angie Spillman 6,671 16.96%
Michael Julian 5,828 14.81%

*Democrats running for Board of Commissioners, Alisha Byrd-Clark and Sam Post, will both advance to the general election.

Superior Court Judge

Michael Adkins REP 8,377 59.36%
Tim Gould REP 5,736 40.64%

District Court Judge Seat No. 1

Chris Sease REP 7,215 50.72%
Kevin Eddinger REP 7,011 49.28%

District Court Judge Seat No. 3

Cynthia Dry REP 9,643 65.95%
Lauren W. Hoben REP 4,979 34.05%

Clerk of Superior Court

Todd Wyrick REP 8,038 54.94%
Rebecca Saleeby REP 6,592 45.06%

N.C. House District 83 (a newly drawn district to include part of Rowan County in 2022 — Rowan County results)

Brad Jenkins REP 1,789 39.19%
Kevin Crutchfield REP 1,553 34.02%
Grayson Haff REP 1,223 26.79%

Results for U.S. Senate (Rowan County results):

Republican: Ted Budd 9,502 61.47%
Pat McCrory 4,357 28.19%

Democrat:Cheri Beasley 2,825 75.72%

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