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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, November 10, 2016, Page A6, Image 6

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Here are the preliminary winners in the 2016 federal, state and local races. The preliminary winning candidates have an X beside their names. In races with **, results show a possible recount at presstime. (R= Republican, D= Democrats, L= Liber tarian) President of the United States X Donald J. Trump (R) Hillary Clinton (D) Gary Johnson (L) (Green Party Candidate Jill Stein is run ning as a write-in) U.S. Senate X Richard Burr (R, incumbent) Deborah K. Ross (D) Sean Haugh (L) U.S. House District 5 X Virginia Foxx (R, incumbent) Josh Brannon (D) **N.C. Governor Pat McCrory (R, incumbent) X Roy Cooper (D) Lon Cecil (L) N.C. Lieutenant Governor X Dan Forest (R, incumbent) Linda Coleman (D) Jacki Cole (L) **N.C. Attorney General (Incumbent Roy Cooper isn't seeking re election so he can run for governor) Buck Newton (R) X Josh Stein (D) **N.C. Auditor X Chuck Stuber (R) Beth A. Wood (D, incumbent) N.C. Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Goods X Steve Troxler (R, incumbent) Walter Smith (D) N.C. Commissioner of Insurance X Mike Causey (R) Wayne Goodwin (D, incumbent) N.C. Commissioner of Labor X Cherie Berry (R, incumbent) Charles Meeker (D) N.C. Secretary of State Michael LaPaglia (R) X Elaine Marshall (D, incumbent) N.C. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion X Mark Johnson (R) June Atkinson (D, incumbent) N.C. Treasurer (Incumbent Janet Cowell isn't seeking re election) X Dale R. Folwell (R) Dan Blue III (D) N.C. House of Representatives District 74 X Debra Conrad (R, incumbent) Marilynn Baker (D) Forsyth County Board of Commission ers District B (Voters can pick three) ^ X Richard V. Linville (R, incumbent) X Dave Plyler (R, incumbent) X Gloria D. Whisenhunt (R, incumbent) Trent Harmon (D) Selester Stewart (D) Bob Stitcher (D) Forsyth County Register of Deeds (Incumbent C. Norman Holleman lost in the primary) Steve Wood (R) X Lynne Johnson (D) Winston-Saiem Mayor X Allen Joines (D, incumbent) (JoAnne Allen is running as a write-in) A Winston-Salem City Council Northwest Ward Eric Henderson (R) X Jeff Macintosh (D, incumbent) Winston-Salem City Council South Ward (Incumbent Molly Leight is not seeking re-election) Michael Tyler (R) X John Larson (D) N.C. Supreme Court X Michael R. (Mike) Morgan Robert H. (Bob) Edmunds (incumbent) N.C. Court of Appeals X Phil Berger Jr. (R) Linda Stephens (D, incumbent) N.C. Court of Appeals (Incumbent Martha Greer is not seeking re-election) X Hunter Murphy (R) Margaret Eagles (D) N.C. Court of Appeals X Bob Hunter (R, incumbent) Abe Jones (D) N.C. Court of Appeals X Richard Dietz (R, incumbent) Vince Rozier (D) N.C. Court of Appeals X Valerie Zachary (R, incumbent) Rickye McKoy-Mitchell (D) N.C. Superior Court District 21C (This is for District 21C, which is mostly contained in the north and east parts of the county) X Eric Morgan (Incumbent) Jonathan Scott Dills N.C. District Court District 21 (Incumbent William Graham is not seeking re-election) X Carrie F. Vickery Aaron J. Berlin Soil and Water Conversation District Supervisor (This is for one seat on the five-member supervisors board for the Forsyth Soil & ? Water Conversation District) X Timothy (Tim) Lee Disher John Gladman James Lee Knox (incumbent) Sam Solomon Below are three referenda on the ballot in Forsyth County. If all three are approved, county property taxes will increase by 3.6 cents per each $100 valuation in property in 2018 and an other 3.8 cents in 2022. Forsyth County School Bonds Shall the order adopted on August 8, 2016, authorizing not exceeding $350,000,000 SCHOOL BONDS of the County of Forsyth, North Carolina, plus interest, for the purpose of providing funds, together with any other available funds, for acquiring, constructing, improving, expanding, renovating and equipping public school facilities in said County, including the acquisition of any related land, rights of way and equipment, and providing that additional taxes may be levied in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on said bonds, be approved? X Yes No Forsyth County Community College Bonds Shall the order adopted on August 8, 2016, authorizing not exceeding $65,000,000 COMMUNITY COLLEGE BONDS of the County of Forsyth, North Carolina, plus interest, for the purpose of providing funds, together with any other available funds, for acquiring, constructing, improving, expanding, renovating and equipping community college facilities in said County, including the acquisition of any related land, rights of way and equipment, and providing that additional taxes may be levied in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on said bonds, be approved? X Yes No Forsyth County Parks and Recreational Facilities Bonds Shall the order adopted on August 8, 2016, authorizing not exceeding $15,000,000 PARKS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES BONDS of the County of Forsyth, North Carolina, plus interest, for the purpose of providing funds, together with any other available funds, for acquiring, constructing, improving, expanding, renovating and equipping parks and recreational facilities inside and outside the corporate limits of said County, including, without limitation, the acquisition of any related land, rights of way and equipment, and providing that additional taxes may be levied in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on said bonds, be approved? XYes

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